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AOL counts victories, but not in court

Though the online giant lost its battle to stop AT&T from using phrases featured on its service, the firm reinforces the idea that size does matter in cyberspace.

Though the online giant lost its battle to stop AT&T from using phrases featured on its service, the No. 1 ISP reinforces the idea that size does matter in cyberspace. From record holiday e-commerce revenues to a skyrocketing share price and an ever-mushrooming subscription base, AOL remains dominant.

AOL loses war over words with AT&T
update The online giant is denied a restraining order that would have blocked AT&T from using key phrases like "You have mail," and "Buddy List."

AOL reports $1.2 billion in holiday shopping
The online giant goes a long way toward dispelling any doubt that it is the big kahuna in online commerce.

AOL shares jump day before S&P debut
Shares of America Online are trading higher the last trading day before replacing retailer Venator Group in the Standard & Poor's 500 stock index.

AOL now counts 15 million members
The online giant, which counted 14 million members in mid-November, sees the fastest acquisition of a million members in its history.