Adjusting to life under AOL

Netscape cofounder Marc Andreessen is considering a move from Silicon Valley to Virginia, while other employees mull AOL's financial incentive to stay.

Netscape cofounder Marc Andreessen is considering a move from Silicon Valley to Virginia, while other Netscape employees mull AOL chairman Steve Case's offer of a financial incentive to stay.

Andreessen might go to Virginia
AOL and Netscape execs like Steve Case are paying attention to meshing the companies' corporate cultures, Marc Andreessen says.

Sun takes jovial jabs at "AOLscape" deal
Sun Microsystems' chief executive cracks some jokes at a recent meeting with Netscape, on why the Web browser company should have bought America Online instead.

Concerns about AOL eased at Mozilla
A consensus of cautious optimism about life under AOL is building among developers working on Netscape's open source initiative.

Netscape workers offered incentive to stay
AOL's top boss offers employees at its newly acquired company, Netscape Communications, a financial incentive to stay the course.

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