Publishers invest in Netscape

October 1995
Macworld;Oct95, Vol. 12 Issue 10, p35
Reports that five media companies, namely International Data Group, Times Mirror, Hearst, Knight-Ridder, TCI Technology Ventures, and Adobe Systems, have invested $2 million each in Netscape Communications.


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