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AOL forms biz-to-biz unit

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America Online, Vienna, Va., announced formation of a business-to-business division, America Online Enterprise, Monday. The division markets "private AOLs" that bring to business environments the same consumer based services individuals use. The intranet-based services let authorized users inside or outside companies e-mail, do real-time conferencing, consult proprietary or other databases, and check news. Mortgage information exchange MixStar-The Lender Connection was the first company to use AOL Enterprise. Harvard Business School, CNN, and Century 21 have also built private areas on AOL Enterprise.

Copyright March 1996 Crain Communications Inc.

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