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Time Warner to Pay $210 Million in AOL Fraud Case

Time Warner to Pay $210 Million in AOL Fraud Case

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Time Warner agrees to pay $210 million to settle a Justice Department investigation of securities fraud involving the company's AOL unit. Prosecution will be deferred while AOL and Time Warner cooperate in a probe investigating whether AOL improperly helped smaller Internet providers. Hear NPR's Carol Van Dam.

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