Slow growth at AOL tries investor patience

05/4/2006 | Bloomberg Businessweek

Despite record earnings at parent company Time Warner, some investors are concerned that AOL cannot grow advertising revenue fast enough to make up for its loss in subscriber income. Despite opening its doors to non-subscribers, adding a wealth of video and music entertainment content, advertisers and users are not flocking to the network. The company hopes that a planned social network built around its popular AIM messaging tool will help turn things around.

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