AOL Time Warner Considers a Name Change

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Two years after the merger of AOL and Time Warner, the company's managers are considering dropping AOL from its name. The online division has been plagued by plummeting stock prices and accounting scandals. Surprisingly, the idea for the name change originated with AOL's chairman, Jonathan Miller.

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Cheryl Glaser
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