Hackoff. com: An Historic Murder Mystery Set in the Internet Bubble and Rubble

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dotHill Press, 2006 - Fiction - 642 pages
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CEO Larry Lazard served time in prison for hacking through bank security systems and liberating credit card numbers. He parleyed this conviction into an online security consulting business, which became hackoff.com. Larry takes his company public and its stock price soars and collapses. Sex, power, money, farce, and tragedy mix in boardrooms and bedrooms. This book is a cleverly crafted "whodunit" with growing suspense until the last page is turned.

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About the author (2006)

Like Larry Lazard, the fictional CEO of Hackoff.com, Tom Evslin founded a company during the dotcom era, took it public, saw the company’s stock soar and plunge, and fought a hostile takeover. Besides being a serial CEO, an inventor with five granted patents, a licensed pilot, a failed candidate for the United States Senate, and the former Transportation of Secretary of the State of Vermont, Evslin is well-known to web cognoscenti who enjoy his war stories about the Internet bubble and years before and after on blog.tomevslin.com.

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