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E-business is becoming common practice in many industries. In reality, however, a long list of companies has gone out of e-business. Many of these failures could have been caused by the difficulties unique to e-business, which have not been made clear, and thus similar mistakes may have been repeated. This phenomenon has been transformed into an invisible risk in management on e-business. This study attempts to verify the hypothesis that “unique uncertainty in continuing with e-business exists”. If the obstacles unique to e-business are identified, it will help to improve the management of e-business and the analysis of e-business companies. The study method is a comparative analysis of the elements of bankruptcies between real-business, which means face-to-face transactions, and e-business. As a result of the study, e-business shows a stronger tendency to fail because of slipshod financial management compared to real-business.