It's getting worse for AOL TW

Mermigas, Diane
April 2002
Electronic Media;4/1/2002, Vol. 21 Issue 13, p16
Focuses on the impact of the merger deals of AOL Time Warner on the Financial performance of the company in the U.S. Reference to the problems confronting the company depicted in the annual report filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission; Factors affecting the performance of the merger deal; Implications of cash shortages.


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