September 20, 2000 |
America Online Inc.'s $142-billion buyout of Time Warner Inc. may be opposed as soon as this week by Federal Trade Commission lawyers, putting additional pressure on the companies to negotiate concessions, people familiar with the review said.
September 4, 2000 |
'Why did so few people follow the Republican convention on the Internet?" the moderator asked earnestly as I sat on a panel about government and the Net at the recent Democratic National Convention. "What does that say about the value of the Internet?" "What does it say about the value of the Republican convention?" I countered to enthusiastic applause. But the Democratic convention fared little better.
July 14, 2000 |
Brazilian groups Bradesco and Votorantim and two Mexican conglomerates teamed up to create an online marketplace to trade goods and services across Latin America, along with U.S. software maker Ariba Inc. Bradespar, a unit of financial group Bradesco, and the venture capital arm of industrial firm Votorantim joined forces with Mexican cement maker Cemex and Mexico's biggest industrial group, Alfa, to form online company Latinexus. Miami-based Latinexus is expected to be operating by year-end.
October 5, 1999 |
America Online Inc. is set to unveil today the latest software upgrade for the more than 18 million members of its flagship Internet service, with new features for Web searching, posting photos online, home-page personalization and online events calendars. In what is becoming a fall ritual meant to capitalize on the upswing in home Internet use after the summer months, AOL is distributing millions of copies of AOL 5.0 through mass mailings and as print media inserts.
September 16, 1996 |
AOL Stock Moves to NYSE: Shares of America Online Inc. began trading on the New York Stock Exchange today, moving away from the Nasdaq Stock Market, where it was subjected to volatile swings, company executives said. The new stock symbol will be AOL; its symbol on Nasdaq has been AMER. The Dulles, Va.-based company is the nation's largest provider of online services, with more than 6 million subscribers. It grew rapidly in 1994 and 1995 but has slowed this year.
February 2, 1996 |
Johnson-Grace Co., which developed a technology that helps speed up transmission of digital computer data, has been acquired by its biggest customer, America Online Inc., the companies said Thursday. America Online, a Vienna, Va.-based computer online service, paid 1.6 million shares of its common stock, valued at about $70 million, to Johnson-Grace shareholders.