Douglas Menuez Photography Collection

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Caption NetObjects employee meeting led by CEO Samir Aurora, out of focus at right, Redwood City, California. New employees were required to wear balloon hats at team meetings. The innovative web design tools company managed to merge with IBM and go public in May of 1999. Unfortuately, they were late to market and faced a slew of competitors at that point. CNN reported that their IPO was the first company in the history of the internet to close the trading day at a lower share price then the IPO opening bell price. Circa March 1999.
Medium Color black and white
Photographer Menuez, Douglas
Repository Stanford University Libraries
Collection Douglas Menuez Photography Collection
Reference Id dmh_08_18_Net_Objects

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