AOL-Time Warner One Year Later

from the damn,-that's-one-big-company dept

Business Week has a collection of articles looking at AOL-Time Warner one year after the merger. They point out that things haven’t gone as smoothly as both sides originally expected. There’s also an article about how Microsoft is finally (just slightly) gaining on the AOL subscriber base. There’s also an article about how Bob Pittman might not have the Midas Touch on everything he does. Somewhat related to this is a story about how AOL-Time Warner is now so big no one understands their financial statements. Who the hell knows how much money they’re making or losing, from where, how, and why?

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