By Catherine Yang
IMMEASURABLE LOSS. But the idea behind Revolution, a name he chose because it was "a little bold, a little edgy," also reveals some of Case's more personal concerns. After the death of his brother, chairman and CEO of J.P. Morgan Hambrecht & Quist, at age 44, it comes as no surprise to those who know Case that the most ambitious of his goals is to give patients more control over their health care.
The brothers, just 13 months apart, grew up in a close-knit family with two other siblings in Honolulu; their father was a lawyer, their mother a schoolteacher. It was Dan who, in 1982, helped his younger brother get a job at the company that became AOL.
Case says the travails at Time Warner, including AOL's slowing growth rate and allegations of fraud, were merely "frustra