UPSIDE’s 1999 Hot 100
. . . They won because we believe they are the hottest private high-tech companies of 1999 . . . Neoforma, founded in 1996, operates an online marketplace linking buyers and sellers of all kinds of medical products. The company is a rising star in the lucrative business-to-business market . . .
UPSIDE Magazine, June 1999
Ariba IPO Goes Through the Roof
It looks like the Internet IPO market is still alive and well. Shares of e-commerce software provider Ariba went through the roof on their first day of trading on Wednesday . . . Ariba stock priced at $23 and closed at $90, a remarkable gain of 291 percent . . . E-commerce software looks hot, hot, hot.
E-Commerce Times, June 24, 1999
Web Firm Neoforma Names to Top Post Zollars From Cardinal
Neoforma Inc., in another example of an Internet company recruiting top management from traditional industries, said it is hiring a senior official of Cardinal Health Inc. to be chairman, president and chief executive . . .
Wall Street Journal, June 28, 1999
We had provided its first monetary food. We had reared the company, nurtured it, guided it, imposed our will and ingrained our personal ethics. But we did not control Neoforma...