Andover Business - CGMI

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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 fought to remain in business and changed its business focus to establishing a network of companies to create an "infrastructure" of shared technologies and content. In 2003, the company moved to Charlestown.

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

See

  • Net's Big Ideas Bring New Jobs, New Wealth to Valley (part of article is called CMGI Empire) Eagle Tribune July 2,

2000, p. A1, A6.

  • "Going, going, gone: CMGI leaves Andover", Eagle Tribune, August 5, 2003.
  • "CMGI Does Business the Old-Fashioned Way - Offline", Eagle Tribune, April 27, 2003, page f1 and f3.
  • "New CEO Replaces Founder", Eagle Tribune, February, 20, 2002.
  • CMGI Inc.
  • CMGI Is No More


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