MSN swoops in on AOL launch

November 2002
Brand Strategy;Nov2002, Issue 165, p7
Trade Publication
Compares the Internet browser launching strategy of Microsoft and America Online (AOL) in the U.S. Theme of Microsoft of launching the Internet browser; Confidence of marketing director Bob Visse on the superiority of MSN products; Fanfare during the product launch of AOL.


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