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Page entitled : Billionaire CEOs Stephen Case (AOL Time Warner) and Sandy Weill

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American billionaires Stephen Case (AOL Time Warner) and Sandy Weill, entrepreneurs and chief executive officers


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... the Internet meltdown, the valuation of the America Online business crashed, causing a goodwill write-off of $99 billion, then the largest loss ever reported by a public company. AOL Time Warner stock crashed 91%, destroying $206 billion of shareholder value, which led to the destitution of Jerry Levin in May 2002. His notable role in the AOL Time Warner merger and subsequent losses  ...

 

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