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What could be more different than motor oil and the Internet? Yet last October, Jan Horsfall, 37, made the move from Valvoline, the billion-dollar maker of auto lubricants, to vice-president for marketing at Lycos, an Internet search-engine company. Although Lycos has less than $25 million in revenues and no profits, its share price has tripled over the past year, and Horsfall is sanguine about the future: "I get a minimum of two job offers a week for senior-level positions at all kinds of high-tech companies."
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