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From Broadband Daily:: After a year of increasingly bitter corporate infighting that pits virtually all of the AOL Time Warner divisions against its failing online unit, AOL and Internet pioneer Steve Case quit in a move that caps growing vitriol in the press against the new […]

From Broadband Daily:: After a year of increasingly bitter corporate infighting that pits virtually all of the AOL Time Warner divisions against its failing online unit, AOL and Internet pioneer Steve Case quit in a move that caps growing vitriol in the press against the new media old-guard. The article points out that the “anti-AOL sentiment reached a fevered pitch last Thursday following a widely-watched CNBC documentary squarely blaming AOL Time Warner’s downfall on misguided thinking, poor planning and AOL’s devious intentions, or so the documentary implied. The analysis which in my opinion is right on the money asks the key question — “With AOL’s last key defender out of the way, the question is: will AOL survive?

By Om Malik

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