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  2. William von Meister - Wikipedia

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    William F. von Meister (February 21, 1942 – May 18, 1995) was an American entrepreneur who founded and participated in a number of startup ventures in the Washington, D.C., area. These included The Source, an early online service and CompuServe competitor, and Control Video Corporation, a predecessor company to AOL .

  3. William von Meister - Wikiwand

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    William F. von Meister was an American entrepreneur who founded and participated in a number of startup ventures in the Washington, D.C., area. These included The Source, an early online service and CompuServe competitor, and Control Video Corporation, a predecessor company to AOL.

  4. AOL is a web portal and online service provider founded in 1983 by Marc Seriff, Steve Case, Jim Kimsey, and William von Meister. The company enjoyed short-lived success during the internet boom of the 1990s but declined after failing to adapt to the emergence of broadband. On paper, the merger of AOL and Time Warner formed a large and powerful company with the right mix of assets.

  5. Streaming Games to Your TV Actually Started in the '80s

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    A squad of former GameLine talent—including Steve Case, Jim Kinsey, Marc Seriff, and founder William von Meister—spun up Quantum Computer Services in 1985 and entered an agreement to provide a ...

  6. Hooked on Startups, He Invented Infocast - Radio World

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    Von Meister found a backer in a British company, Cable & Wireless, which was looking for an entry into the lucrative North American business telephone market. The deal closed with von Meister drawing $70,000 per year to run TDX/Telemax. Within months, von Meister was eyeing two new businesses while neglecting TDX.

  7. History of AOL | History of Branding

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    History of AOL. AOL began as Quantum Computer Services which was founded by William von Meister. Its sole product was an online service called Gameline for the Atari 2600 video game console after von Meister’s idea of buying music on demand was rejected by Warner Brothers. Subscribers bought a modem from the company for $49.95 and paid a one-time $15 setup fee.

  8. Karl Wilhelm von Meister - Wikipedia

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    In 1930, Meister represented the Weimar Republic as a delegate to the League of Nations in Geneva. Marriage and issue. Meister married Adele Jordan de Rouville on 31 October 1892, and had two children. Following the death of his first wife on 22 June 1897, Meister married Leila Trapmann on 18 January 1900 at St Peter's Church in London. The couple had two children.

  9. William von Meister Wiki, Biography, Net Worth, Age, Family ... -...

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    William von Meister is a well known Business. William was born on February 21, 1942 in United States..William is one of the famous and trending celeb who is popular for being a Business. As of 2018 William von Meister is 53 years (age at death) years old. William von Meister is a member of famous Business list.

  10. Managed a portfolio of insurance companies, monitored performance, and performed annual reviews with a focus on analyzing capitalization, risk management, operating results and reinsurance...

  11. Friedrich Wilhelm “Willy” von Meister (1903-1978) - Find a Grave

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    Known as Wilhelm. Son of Karl Wilhelm von Meister and Leila Gardner Trapman, he was a godson of Kaiser Wilhelm II. Husband first of Maria Eleanore von Colloredo-Mannsfeld, whom he married 21 May 1938 in New York City, and second of Agnes von Colloredo-Mannsfeld. (His two wives were cousins to each other.)