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October 7, 1999 | Karen Kaplan
EarthLink Network will roll out high-speed Internet access using digital-subscriber-line technology in four cities today. The service, which allows users to download data about seven times faster than with standard dial-up modems, will be available in Los Angeles, New York, Dallas and Charlotte, N.C., with prices starting at $49.95 a month. Pasadena-based EarthLink plans to make the DSL service available nationwide.
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January 17, 2000
Perhaps you can't be too rich or too thin, but apparently you can have too many customers. EarthLink Network, the Pasadena-based Internet service provider, stopped accepting most new orders for its high-speed network access on Jan. 1. The company's broadband partners--Pacific Bell, GTE and UUNet--have not been able to take on new customers as quickly as EarthLink expected, said Mike Lunsford, executive vice president of broadband services.
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BUSINESS
January 17, 2000
Perhaps you can't be too rich or too thin, but apparently you can have too many customers. EarthLink Network, the Pasadena-based Internet service provider, stopped accepting most new orders for its high-speed network access on Jan. 1. The company's broadband partners--Pacific Bell, GTE and UUNet--have not been able to take on new customers as quickly as EarthLink expected, said Mike Lunsford, executive vice president of broadband services.
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November 9, 1999 | BRAD BERTON, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The future headquarters of EarthLink Network may be in Atlanta, but the fast-growing Internet service provider is still expanding around its current home office in Pasadena. The company, slated to merge with Atlanta's MindSpring Enterprises, has leased 125,348 square feet of space at Pasadena Tech Center, 465 N. Halstead St.
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May 20, 1996 | AMY HARMON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It's hard to navigate Southern California's corner of cyberspace these days without tripping over the terrestrial tendrils of Sky Dylan Dayton's EarthLink Network. The precocious 24-year-old entrepreneur founded the Internet service provider two years ago, and since then it has enjoyed a rise that can only be described as, well, meteoric.
BUSINESS
November 9, 1999 | BRAD BERTON, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The future headquarters of EarthLink Network may be in Atlanta, but the fast-growing Internet service provider is still expanding around its current home office in Pasadena. The company, slated to merge with Atlanta's MindSpring Enterprises, has leased 125,348 square feet of space at Pasadena Tech Center, 465 N. Halstead St.
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September 5, 1997 | GREG MILLER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Earthlink Network Inc., a cash-strapped Internet service provider, said it has secured a $15-million infusion, including $5 million from an investment group headed by billionaire financier and philanthropist George Soros. The fast-growing Pasadena company, which has yet to turn a profit while it has spent millions building its network of Internet users, said it raised the money through a private placement of restricted, unregistered stock.
BUSINESS
June 4, 1996 | BARBARA MURPHY
Digital Insight of Newbury Park and EarthLink Network of Pasadena have announced a joint marketing agreement to have financial institutions distribute the TotalAccess Internet service to their customers. EarthLink TotalAccess product includes the Netscape Navigator 2.0 web browser. Through this marketing program, financial institutions can offer their customers home-banking access with unlimited usage for $19.95 per month with no setup fee and no charge for the Netscape browser.
BUSINESS
June 4, 1996 | Times Staff and Wire Reports
EarthLink Network Announces IPO: The Pasadena-based Internet access provider filed to sell 23.12% of its common stock. The company plans to sell 3.6 million common shares at $10 to $12 each, according to an S-1 registration statement filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission. EarthLink Network Inc. expects the IPO to raise about $36.2 million after expenses if the stock sells for $11 a share.
BUSINESS
October 7, 1999 | Karen Kaplan
EarthLink Network will roll out high-speed Internet access using digital-subscriber-line technology in four cities today. The service, which allows users to download data about seven times faster than with standard dial-up modems, will be available in Los Angeles, New York, Dallas and Charlotte, N.C., with prices starting at $49.95 a month. Pasadena-based EarthLink plans to make the DSL service available nationwide.
BUSINESS
September 5, 1997 | GREG MILLER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Earthlink Network Inc., a cash-strapped Internet service provider, said it has secured a $15-million infusion, including $5 million from an investment group headed by billionaire financier and philanthropist George Soros. The fast-growing Pasadena company, which has yet to turn a profit while it has spent millions building its network of Internet users, said it raised the money through a private placement of restricted, unregistered stock.
BUSINESS
May 20, 1996 | AMY HARMON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It's hard to navigate Southern California's corner of cyberspace these days without tripping over the terrestrial tendrils of Sky Dylan Dayton's EarthLink Network. The precocious 24-year-old entrepreneur founded the Internet service provider two years ago, and since then it has enjoyed a rise that can only be described as, well, meteoric.
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