Netscape?s chief technology officer, Eric Hahn, has left to form his own investment company.
Hahn?s resignation is expected to prompt management restructuring within Netscape, with US analysts suggesting that the company will appoint individual CTOs for each of its client, server and applications divisions.
Hahn became Netscape?s CTO in October 1997 after joining the company from Collabra Software in 1995.
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