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*[http://www1.iwon.com/home/careers/company_profile/0,15623,205,00.html CMGI Inc.]
*[http://www1.iwon.com/home/careers/company_profile/0,15623,205,00.html CMGI Inc.]
*[http://247wallst.com/2008/09/29/cmgi-is-no-more/ CMGI Is No More]
*[http://247wallst.com/2008/09/29/cmgi-is-no-more/ CMGI Is No More]
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Founded in 1986, CGMI bought and sold several dot-com companies including AltaVista, Engage, Equilibrium and uBid. In the post dot.com world after 2000, CGMI continued to buy and sell Internet companies. CGMI provides a network of companies to create an "infrastructure" of shared technologies and content.

CMGI was renamed ModusLink Global Solutions, Inc. on Tuesday, September 30, 2008. The new stock willtrade on NASDAQ under the symbol "MLNK

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