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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 . Early years [ edit]

  3. Wikizero - William von Meister

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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. Early years

  4. 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 .

  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. What happened to AOL? Here's the fascinating story behind ...

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    He became CEO in 1996 and struck content deals with big brands like the Smithsonian Museum, National Geographic, Discovery Networks. He then went on the offensive, purchasing products like search engines (which would eventually, become America Online Search), WebCrawler in 1995, and eWorld in 1996.

  7. AOL is a web portal and online service provider founded in 1983 by Marc Seriff, Steve Case, Jim Kimsey, and William von Meister. AOL was one of the largest media companies of the early internet, dominating email, internet connectivity, online news, and chat. At one point, it had a market capitalization exceeding $200 billion.

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

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    Bill von MeisterVon Meister is a terrific entrepreneur, but doesn’t know when to stop entrepreneuring.” — Jack Taub, financial backer of Infocast. Bill von Meister grew up planning to be his own boss. He had a fine example in his wealthy father, who managed a company called German Zeppelin Shipping in Lakehurst, N.J.

  9. William von Meister Director of Financial Planning and Analysis at PatientPop Inc. Los Angeles, California, United States 861 followers 500+ connections Join to connect PatientPop Inc. Trinity...

  10. Karl Wilhelm von Meister - Wikipedia

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    Meister was born as the eldest son of Carl Friedrich Wilhelm Meister, one of the co-founders of Hoechst AG, and his wife Marie née Becker. [1] [2] Meister went to school at the Lessing-Gymnasium in Frankfurt and later studied law at the University of Bonn and at the Humboldt University of Berlin.

  11. Friedrich Wilhelm “Willy” von Meister - 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.) In the grave...