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  2. AOL - Wikipedia

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    History 1983–1991: Early years. AOL began in 1983, as a short-lived venture called Control Video Corporation (or CVC), 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 Bros. Subscribers bought a modem from the company for US$49.95 and paid a ...

  3. AOL - Wikipedia

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    AOL Inc. è un portale di Yahoo! società del gruppo Apollo Global Management. Nato nel 1983 come Control Video Corporation e poi ribattezzata America on Line con acronimo AOL o Aol, era un Internet Service Provider che nel 2006 vantava 30 milioni di utenti, ed era attivo anche nel campo della ricerca su web e sviluppo software, nonché nella diffusione di contenuti mediatici anche grazie all ...

  4. Monumental partner Roger Mody lists McLean mansion for $39M ...

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    That was soundly beaten in 2018 when AOL-founder Case sold McLean's Merrywood for $43 million. In 2020, the two-home, Chain Bridge Road estate of the late AOL co-founder Kimsey sold for $45 ...

  5. St. John's College High School - Wikipedia

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    James "Jim" Kimsey (class of 1957), first chairman and CEO of AOL; Bobby Lewis (class of 1964), retired NBA player for San Francisco Warriors and Cleveland Cavaliers. Collis Jones (class of 1967), retired American Basketball Association player. Tim Brant (class of 1967), retired sportscaster for Raycom Sports, CBS, and ABC; former VP, Sports ...

  6. USModernist

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    Commissioned 1952. Located on a cliff overlooking the Potomac. 2600 sf. Luis Marden was a photographer for National Geographic. Sold to 411 CBR LLC, controlled by James Kimsey (founder of AOL) in 2000 for $2.5 million and the condition that Ethel Marden could go on living there as long as she was able.