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Short Take: AOL, others pump $45 million into Workscape

America Online, DaimlerChrysler and Sun Microsystems said they invested $45 million in Workscape, a technology company that specializes in building human resources portals. Workscape, based in Reston, Va., recently launched workplace portal Employee.com in a deal with General Motors and DaimlerChrysler. Other investors in the financing included venture capitalists ABS Capital Partners, HLM Management Company and E.M. Warburg Pincus.

Stefanie Olsen Staff writer, CNET News
Stefanie Olsen covers technology and science.
Stefanie Olsen
America Online, DaimlerChrysler and Sun Microsystems said they invested $45 million in Workscape, a technology company that specializes in building human resources portals. Workscape, based in Reston, Va., recently launched workplace portal Employee.com in a deal with General Motors and DaimlerChrysler. Other investors in the financing included venture capitalists ABS Capital Partners, HLM Management Company and E.M. Warburg Pincus.