A Former Web Executive Reboots With Artisanal Foods

An installation of new Bloom Energy servers called the 'Bloom Box' are seen in service at the eBay headquarters in San Jose, California. Photograph by Justin Sullivan/Getty Image

At the height of the first great dot-com boom, Craig Kanarick, then in his early 30s, was running Razorfish, a Web design firm he’d co-founded with an old friend, which at its peak had 2,300 employees in nine countries. Its client roster included IBM, Ford Motor, and AOL, and its stock market valuation was $4 billion. By the time Kanarick left in 2001, after the bubble burst, the company was valued at $9 million.

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