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It may seem like the Internet is everyone's formula for success, but are minorities being left out of the equation?

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This story appears in the April 2000 issue of Entrepreneur. Subscribe »

The Internet has been hyped as the great equalizer for minority entrepreneurs, and in one respect, that's true: Anyone can set up shop in cyberspace and, as long as the product does what it should, buyers don't care what ethnicity the seller is.

But when it comes to growing an Internet business, the picture gets murkier. Are ethnic minority entrepreneurs tasting some of the dot.com pie?

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