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TechWeb: AOL Chief 'Never More Bullish' On Time Warner Buy

Apr 19, 2000, 05:09 (0 Talkback[s])
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"America Online reported third quarter earnings of 11 cents, surpassing expectations on ever-increasing subscribership, ad revenue, and e-commerce."

""America Online's business has never been more robust," said AOL CEO Steve Case. "This quarter's results underscore the tremendous strength of America Online's operation, and demonstrate that we are on a clear path to continued strong growth and increased profitability. Since we announced our landmark merger with Time Warner, we haven't missed a beat," Case said."

"AOL and Gateway (stock: GTW) unveiled Internet appliances earlier this month, using Netscape's Gecko browser engine technology and the Linux operating system in countertop appliances, wireless Web pad, and desktop appliances around the home. The AOL TV begins shipping June, providing interactive programming and taking advantage of Time Warner properties."

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