Time Warner Pays Off $210 Million Over AOL Ad Accounting Flap

from the just-make-it-go-away dept

It’s been many years since people first noticed that AOL made an awful lot of sketchy ad deals during the boom years, often designed to inflate their own numbers. Now, Time Warner has agreed to pay $210 million in fines to basically make the problem go away. Of course, those who did these “deals” got off without any punishment at all.

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