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Person of the Week: Steve Case

He'll still be lurking in the wings of the world's largest media company, looking to the future and tending to the convergence vision whose promise, he says,...

Dialing Up a Departure

It was Saturday morning, and Dick Parsons was working out on the exercise equipment in his Manhattan apartment when he got the message. Steve Case, chairman of...

AOL-Time Warner Merger: A Two-Man Network

Swallow. "I'm sorry. Wait a minute." Swallow. "Can I add something?" Time Warner chairman Jerry Levin is speaking. It is 9 a.m. on the day after Levin and Steve...

HOW AOL LOST THE BATTLES BUT WON THE WAR

Being a visionary is not the same thing as being popular. Odds are, if you're a visionary, most of your years have been a struggle to get others to see what is...

The Do’s and Don’ts of Disruption

Spotify vs. iTunes. Pinterest vs. Facebook. MakerBot vs. the manfacturing industry. In today’s startup-driven world, the greats thrive by “disrupting,” that is...

Why AOL–Time Warner Wasn't Doomed to Failure

So here's a bit of counterconventional wisdom: The only person who has consistently been right about the disastrous AOL–Time Warner merger was its architect,...

Milestones Jul. 8, 2002

EXAMINED. GEORGE W. BUSH, 55; in a routine colonoscopy, which found no evidence of any abnormalities. While the President was sedated, power was briefly...

The Engine Stalls At AOL

Six years ago, Bob Pittman traded away his job as CEO of the world's largest real estate company to rescue a struggling Internet company that many critics had...

Score One For AOLTW

Steve Case and Jerry Levin are so confident in the future of AOL Time Warner that they just aren't going to let powerful competitors, wary consumers or,...

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