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AOL rides the broadband wagon

AOL 8.0 Plus, an updated version of the online service, is intended to stop high-speed defections. Also: Federal regulators scrutinize $400 million in ad revenue.

AOL 8.0 Plus, an updated version of the online service, is intended to stop high-speed defections. Also: Federal regulators scrutinize $400 million in advertising revenue.


America Online gets ready to launch an upgraded version of its service geared toward broadband users, as it works to hang onto some 34 million dial-up members.
March 30, 2003


Regulators reviewing AOL Time Warner's accounting may require the company to restate as much as $400 million in advertising revenue booked in relation to a deal involving the company's America Online division and Bertelsmann.
March 28, 2003

previous coverage

People who need People for free will have to look elsewhere. The media giant, seeking to fortify its online unit, is set to start moving magazine Web sites to its AOL proprietary service.
March 27, 2003


Online giant unveils a voice-mail service as part of its ongoing efforts to sell additional services to subscribers.
March 26, 2003