Taking Back Our Stolen History
HISTORY HEIST
2000-09

2000-09

The cover of Time magazine labeled the 2000s “the decade from hell.” Bookended by 9/11 at the start and a financial wipeout at the end, the first 10 years of this century will very likely go down as the most dispiriting and disillusioning decade Americans have lived through in the post–World War II era,” Andrew Serwer wrote.1 The decade was littered with recessions, stock market crashes, financial scandals, antitrust cases, and flat-out disasters all around. But the 2000s were also a decade of tremendous change for the IT industry, with disruptive technologies, market-altering mergers, and trailblazing products that transformed the economic landscape forever and drastically changed the way we live. From the Y2K bug and the HP-Compaq merger, to Apple’s rebound and an insider trading scandal, the decade saw a wealth of historic events.

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