Where's the loot?
Tuesday, July 31st 2001, 9:44PM
by Grant Butler
Publisher: Allen and Unwin
This new release is available through Good Returns' bookstorehere.
Who really made the money during the high-tech boom, how they did it and how you can do the same next time.
Where's the loot? is written by Grant Butler who was the information technology editor at the Australian Financial Review during the boom.
The book has been described by one reviewer as being: "Irreverent, cynical, amusing - but still thought provoking."
"Butler's review of the 20th Century's very own tulip mania is a valuable read for all those who seek to learn from people who have been there and done that (including those who got it very wrong!)."
The content is very Australian-centric, but it is still worth a read by New Zealanders as the economies get closer, and because many Kiwis bought into Australian tech companies.
Where's the loot? Takes readers deep inside the boom and delivers valuable lessons for success.Click here to order your copy. You can pay either with a credit card through our secure server, or we will invoice you.
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