AOL Opens Up While Yahoo Closes Down
USA Today reports on AOLs move to place most of its news, sports, chats and other features on the open Internet. It's the culmination of AOL's 18-month-old plan to vie...
USA Today reports on AOLs move to place most of its news, sports,
chats and other features on the open Internet. It’s the culmination
of AOL’s 18-month-old plan to vie head-on with Google, Yahoo and
Microsoft as an advertising-driven Web portal. The new strategy is a
bid to offset the loss of millions of subscribers.
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