High Tech. Companies

NPR's Chris Arnold reports from San Francisco on the effect that the slump in the stock market has had on young, high technology companies in Silicon Valley. Such companies rely on quick infusions of capital, as needed. But, dozens of them are suddenly finding it hard to raise money, and some of them are postponing their initial public stock offerings, (I-P-O's).



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