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AOL's grand plans

America Online is altering its service, which has some 35 million subscribers. But how will customers and investors react?

roundup America Online is altering its service, which has some 35 million subscribers. But how will customers and investors react?


Ongoing revenue troubles appear to reflect unique conditions within the company rather than an industrywide trend, analysts say.
December 3, 2002


AOL plans to rework existing agreements with major telephone carriers and its corporate cousin Time Warner Cable as part of an overall shift in its broadband ambitions.
December 3, 2002


To find success in its broadband aspirations, America Online should focus on usability and communications, not just proprietary content.
December 4, 2002


A sneak peek at the upcoming version of AOL reveals new personalization and multimedia features.
December 3, 2002


CEO Jonathan Miller hints that the company is mulling plans that could mean a price hike for its flagship Net access service.
December 3, 2002


AOL Time Warner says it will revamp its America Online unit, which expects advertising and commerce revenue to fall 40 percent to 50 percent in 2003.
December 3, 2002