AOL Closer to Picking Partner

Farrell, Mike
December 2005
Multichannel News;12/12/2005, Vol. 26 Issue 52, p8
The article reports on the possibility that Microsoft Corp. will be the partner of Time Warner Inc. for its America Online (AOL) unit. According to a report, Microsoft and AOL would form a joint venture across AOL and Microsoft's MSN Web portal. The efforts of Time Warner to accelerate the transition of AOL from a subscription-based revenue model to one-based on advertising sales is discussed.


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