10/01/2000 America Online announces plans to acquire Time Warner
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AOL Time Warner
AOL and Time Warner Merger Failure
AOL/Time Warner Merger, Jan. 2000: Scott Rosenberg on CNN
America Online and Time Warner announced plans to merge, forming AOL Time Warner Inc. AOL shareholders were supposed to own 55% of the combined company. Gerald Levin, who had served as CEO of Time Warner, was CEO of the new company, Steve Case served as Chairman and J. Michael Kelly was the Chief Financial Officer.
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