By Adrienne Burke

A look back at the early days of the GTI invokes memories of headier times. In the first issue of GT one year ago, we published the list of companies we’d selected for our index along with the year-ago data for those few that had actually been publicly traded for at least a year already by July 31, 2000 — only 12 of the 26 had. With the exception of Affymetrix, the percent increase in stock price since the previous year for each of them was well over 100 percent.

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