America Online (AOL) has started losing senior Netscape personnel as it begins to digest the Internet firm, following its acquisition a couple of months ago.
Executives planning to leave include Mike Homer, general manager of Netscape?s Netcenter portal, Jennifer Bailey, Netcenter's director of strategic development, Jeff Treuhaft, director of product marketing and Andy Volkmann, director of finance.
According to US reports, Homer will take a six week sabbatical and return to look for new opportunities within AOL, but insiders do not expect him to return permanently.
Maria Wilhelm, Netcenter?s senior vice president of programming, will also leave to head up AOL's advanced media units.
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