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Thursday, 21 September, 2000, 16:52 GMT 17:52 UK
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The high-tech and e-commerce industries are transforming UK business. BBC News Online takes snapshots of the companies shaping the new economy.

Dot.com money too tight to mention
Clickmango closed its virtual doors when it ran out of cash - analysts warn that it will not be the last net start-up to face a credit crunch.


E-commerce

Elateral makes its market

Elateral is helping traditional companies get their message across

From boffin to entrepreneur
Internet entrepreneurs may want to be millionaires but finding the cash to get started can depend on who you know not how good your idea is.

Financial future on the web
The internet financial advice site iii hopes for expansion in Europe even though its share price flopped on the London stock market.

365 ways to make money
365 Corporation fired the stock market when it first sold shares last year - where does it stand after the internet sell off?

Ready2 make millions
Susannah and Trinny stripped off to promote their new website but is clever marketing enough to guarantee dot.com success?

Zeus to 'topple' software gods
A Cambridge software start-up is set to make multi-millionaires of its twentysomething owners.

Razorfish gains an edge
Can Razorfish stay ahead in the cutthroat world of web consulting?

The internet money game
How internet start-ups try to strike it rich - with venture capitalists.

Amazon's fight for dominance
Big in the US, Amazon.co.uk tries to repeat its success in Britain.

Builders turn to the net
Construction companies go online, saving millions of pounds.

The web detectives
Fighting cybercrime on the internet.


Computers

How safe is the web?
A serial entrepreneur promises to make web business safe.

The secret of Arm's success
Chip company Arm is a stock market darling - but will Transmeta's Crusoe chip change this?

The Psion factor
Why Microsoft needs to worry about this UK technology company.

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