AOL To Ask TW Board To Slash Subscriber Fees

  • July 10, 2006
AOL's chief executive, Jonathan Miller, will in two weeks ask the board of Time Warner to make nearly all of the company's features, including e-mail, available for free, according to The New York Times. AOL executives told the Times that AOL believes that becoming an entirely free service will help the company compete with Google, Microsoft, and Yahoo.
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