Tuesday, July 11, 2006

At AOL, a Plan for a Clean Break - New York Times

At AOL, a Plan for a Clean Break - New York Times: "In two weeks, the board of Time Warner Inc., which owns AOL, will hear a proposal from Jonathan Miller, AOL's chief executive, calling for a near halt in marketing for AOL's 17-year-old Internet access service, price cuts for existing customers and thousands of layoffs. His goal is to devote all of AOL's energy into building its free Web-based services."

A reasonable plan, I suppose, given the alternatives...

(p.s. sorry for the lack of posts for the last week -- I've been on vacation in a place with awful Internet access, and stayed off-line most of the week. I expect to be back to my normal routine Thurs.)
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