A Former Web Executive Reboots With Artisanal FoodsBy
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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