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Washington Post :: A complex deal between AOL Time Warner Inc. and its Internet provider, WorldCom Inc., accounted for part of the $49 million in advertising and commerce revenue that AOL acknowledged last week might have been booked improperly, according to sources familiar with the matter. […]

Washington Post :: A complex deal between AOL Time Warner Inc. and its Internet provider, WorldCom Inc., accounted for part of the $49 million in advertising and commerce revenue that AOL acknowledged last week might have been booked improperly, according to sources familiar with the matter.

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