Shares of AOL fall 7% after CEO Tim Armstrong's rallying speech seems to have fallen flat....

Shares of AOL fall 7% after CEO Tim Armstrong's rallying speech seems to have fallen flat. Investors calling for a merger with Yahoo (YHOO -0.9%) to save the day may be disappointed after Arianna Huffington issues a quasi-denial a deal is in the works.
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  • Mr. Massive
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    Anytime a company, especially with AOL's history, goal is to become #3, time to avoid, IMO.
    21 Sep 2011, 11:24 AM Reply Like
  • User 487974
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    Anything with Arianna Huffington's name attached to it is the kiss of death.
    This anti American progressive / socialist is finally being exposed and all the Main Street Media along with her!
    It will not take much more of this extreme left onslaught to finally get the American people to wake up from their "X- Factor" stupor and say what the frack were we thinking?


    I have faith in good over evil, light over darkness!
    America is GREAT because Americans are GOOD!
    We are an exceptional people despite the best lies of Obama, Steven Learner and Good Old Windbags like Rosie O, Whoppi Goldberg, and Arianna Huffington!


    Tea party equals free minded, peace loving American patriots.
    We now refuse to watch / listen to anymore of this total wrongful rhetoric, there are new ways to find the truth!
    AOL is not one of them, neither is the lame street media. You are dinosaurs and relegated to the dustbin of history.


    May the good lord watch over this wonderful little experiment in freedom we call America


    God Bless The Virtuous
    21 Sep 2011, 02:40 PM Reply Like
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