Time Warner Head Says AOL Is the Company's Future
Ok, so AOL is NOT for sale, but don't discount the MSN thing just yet. There may well still be MSN results on AOL.
The chairman of Time Warner, Richard D. Parsons, said yesterday that improving the company's America Online Internet business was a priority as he tries to bolster the share price - signaling a tweak in strategy and a belief that the stigma of the AOL-Time Warner merger is finally a thing of the past.
Skip to next paragraph
Richard Parsons is the chief executive Time Warner.
Forum: Media, Advertising and Marketing
Forum: Technology and the Internet
Mr. Parsons indicated that amid pressure from Carl C. Icahn, the financier and Time Warner shareholder, he was "looking real hard" at moves like buying back more stock and increasing the dividend.