Mitchell Kertzman has resigned as chairman of Sybase to head up Network Computer, a company set up by Netscape and Oracle to develop network computing software. Despite Kertzman's criticism of Oracle CEO Larry Ellison's vision of network computing, he will move in as CEO of Network Computer which will now focus on Web connection software. Former rock musician Kertzman built the $900 million (#536 million) software company Powersoft before selling it to Sybase in 1995. He took over as Sybase CEO the following year and helped steer the company back to profitability, making John Chen CEO when he moved up to be chairman. Chen will now take over Kertzman's chairmanship.
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