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A US judge has dismissed a case against AOL and some of its top execs over their repurchase of millions of shares in 2011 without letting on that the company was planning to sell a $1bn patent portfolio to Microsoft. A shareholder had sued AOL, its chief exec Tim Armstrong and CFO Arthur Minson, saying that they knew about the …

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Deja Vu

Suddenly getting something of a deja vu feeling.

But at least in this case the judge had the sense to chuck the thing out...

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Re: Deja Vu

Deja Vu

Suddenly getting something of a deja vu feeling.

But at least in this case the judge had the sense to chuck the thing out...

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Re: Deja Vu

Deja Vu

Suddenly getting something of a deja vu feeling.

But at least in this case the judge had the sense to chuck the thing out...

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Re: Deja Vu

Deja Vu

Suddenly getting something of a deja vu feeling.

But at least in this case the judge had the sense to chuck the thing out...

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Deja View

A new tv channel showing repeats for a change

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Lawsuit from an AOL shareholder?

"AOL shareholder", is the problem right there, no one holding AOL stock past the year 2000 could be deemed sane.

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Expect the same sort of whinging

From a certain DELL shareholding consortium soon.

BTW.....I bet she didn't read the disclaimer "the value of shares can go up or down"

that's why it's called "Speculating" in stocks, nothing is guaranteed except death and taxes

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Devil

http://www.nasdaq.com/symbol/aol seems to be quite healthy to me at $34.245 each share and is a buy.

According to this site.

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AOL is an odd duck for a tech company. They don't make the news anymore, but they're one of Google's largest partners and they keep making people money.

Maybe a business doesn't need to be in the headlines everyday to be successful? Surely that can't be right. Right???

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Meh

Trust the Board *not* to line their own pockets?

Well?

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