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Personal Online Services unit closes at AT&T

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AT&T Corp. folded its Personal Online Services unit Sept. 20; the 40-employee division focused on content development. The unit included the AT&T Hometown Network, an ambitious regionalized content program that was being tested in Sacramento, Calif., and was said to be readying for launch in about 70 cities next year. Although an AT&T spokeswoman said employees of the unit will be "relocated to other jobs within AT&T," Director of Marketing George Ravich is no longer with the company and Personal Online Services President Caroline Vanderlip couldn't be reached for comment.

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