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(July 17, 2001) -- The four founders of Internet access company NetZero, Westlake Village, Calif., have resigned from the company and are starting a new business.

The move follows last month's announcement that NetZero will merge with competitor Juno Online Services to form a new company called United Online.

NetZero President Ronald T. Burr; Stacy A. Haitsuka, senior vice president of technology; Harold MacKenzie, vice president of software; and Marwan Zebian, vice president of networking and communications have resigned from their positions to start Layer2 Networks.

Mark R. Goldston will server as United Online's chairman, president and CEO. -- Adrienne Mand

Copyright July 2001, Crain Communications Inc.

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