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AOL pushes for dominance

The online giant is positioning its ICQ messaging client to take over the online world.

The online giant is positioning its ICQ messaging client to take over the online world. Meanwhile, reminiscent of AOL's past capacity problems, AOL's Web page publishing system is delayed because of user demand--but that doesn't stop AOL Studios president Ted Leonsis from touting big plans for the online giant's expansion in the future.

AOL's latest goal: ICQ everywhere
The online giant is looking to make the popular messaging client ubiquitous through superior placement on the screen and integrated features.

AOL home page service bombarded
So many people are trying to use AOL's Web page publishing system that service has slowed to a crawl or, in some cases, a complete halt.

AOL: You ain't seen nothing yet
Today's America Online is only the tip of the iceberg, according to AOL Studios president Ted Leonsis.

AOL ups ad revenues
The online giant increased its backlog of revenue from advertising agreements to $800 million from $729 million at the end of December, AOL Studios president Ted Leonsis says.

South America to get AOL in '99
America Online will expand its service into South America later this year, an AOL executive says.

AOL unveiling CompuServe 2000
A simpler-to-use service will be offered at an introductory price of $9.95 per month for limited hours.