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  2. AOL - Wikipedia

    AOL began in 1983, as a short-lived venture called Control Video Corporation (or CVC ), founded by William von Meister.

  3. Steve Case - Wikipedia

    As part of the changes that gave birth to Quantum, Case changed the company's strategy, creating an online service called Quantum Link(Q-Link for short) for the Commodore 64in 1985 with programmer (and AOL co-founder) Marc Seriff. In 1988, Quantum began offering the AppleLinkonline service for Appleand PC Linkfor IBM compatiblecomputers.

  4. “Having tumbled from a high of $56.60, the price of AOL Time Warner’s widely held stock stood at $14.81 at the end of last week, representing an almost $200 billion collapse of shareholder wealth....

  5. A Brief History Of AOL - Fast Company

    AOL goes on a shopping spree, buying Patch Media’s network of hyperlocal news cells (which Armstrong cofounded) and, in September 2010, buying technology reporting site TechCrunch and profile...

  6. Steve Case - Forbes

    Steve Case entrepreneur, founder of AOL, and former chairman of Time-Warner is bullish on American business, bullish on opportunity coming out of crisis, bullish on the need for business innovation...

  7. Jim Kimsey - Wikipedia

    James Verlin Kimsey (September 15, 1939 – March 1, 2016) was the co-founder of AOL. He was the first chairman of the company and served as CEO until 1995. [1] Although Kimsey is best known for having helped to create AOL, he also spearheaded many other business, military and philanthropic endeavors. Contents 1 Early life 2 Military 3 Business

  8. Ted Leonsis - Wikipedia

    Leonsis is the founder, chairman and largest shareholder of SnagFilms, a content and technology company with a full-service video streaming platform, professional video and journalism content assets and established relationships with the creative community. The company grew out of Leonsis' experience as a film producer.

  9. James V. Kimsey, a co-founder of AOL, dies at 76 - The ...

    James V. Kimsey, a co-founder of AOL, dies at 76 - The Washington Post James V. Kimsey, co-founder of America Online, in 1995. He donated millions to the Kennedy Center and to other charitable and...