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  Time Warner: Legal & Privacy
Time Warner reserves the right, at its own expense, to assume the exclusive defense and control of any matter otherwise subject to indemnification by you, in which event you will cooperate with Time Warner in asserting any available defenses.
While Time Warner tries to ensure that any information posted to this website is both timely and accurate, errors may appear from time to time and certain information may not be the most current information available.
Time Warner will only use personally identifiable data provided at this site for the purposes described at the time it is collected (for example, the e-mail addresses visitors provide in order to receive e-mail alerts will only be used for the purpose of sending these e-mail alerts).
www.timewarner.com /corp/legal_and_privacy.html   (2078 words)

  
 Time Warner: Time Inc.
Time Inc. is one of the largest content companies in the world, with a portfolio of approximately 125 titles, including some of the world’s most popular, powerful and trusted brands.
Time Inc. is the largest magazine publisher in the U.S. and U.K., and the third-largest publisher in Mexico.
Time Inc. also won four out of five categories in the Magazine Publishers of America 2007 Digital Awards, with Web site of the year winners including TIME.com in the Business/News category; InStyle.com in the Fashion category; EW.com in the Entertainment/ Celebrity category (with People.com in second place); and SI.com in the Sports/Enthusiast category.
www.timewarner.com /corp/businesses/detail/time_inc   (675 words)

  
  AOL/Time Warner
In addition, AOL Time Warner cannot begin to advertise or promote AOL's broadband ISP service to subscribers in that cable division until either Earthlink's service is available to subscribers in that cable division, or Earthlink advertises or promotes its service in that cable division, whichever occurs earlier.
Time Warner would be prohibited from interfering in any way with content passed along the bandwidth contracted for and being used by non-affiliated ISPs in compliance with their service agreements.
Time Warner may not interfere with the ability of a subscriber to use, in conjunction with ITV services provided by a person not affiliated with AOL Time Warner, interactive signals, triggers, or other content that AOL Time Warner has agreed to carry.
www.ftc.gov /opa/2000/12/aol.shtm   (1000 words)

  
 Online NewsHour: AOL/Time Warner Merger
AOL Time Warner announced Wednesday it was reporting a $45.5 billion quarterly loss to account for the declining value of its flagship America Online property -- bringing the company to post an annual loss of nearly $100 billion, the largest annual loss ever in corporate history.
Media correspondent Terence Smith discusses Case's resignation and the future prospects for AOL Time Warner with Nina Munk, contributing editor of Vanity Fair, and Tom Wolzien, a senior media analyst at Sanford C. Bernstein and Co. (1/13/03)
Margaret Warner looks at the crisis facing corporate giant AOL Time Warner with Bill Whyman, technology analyst and president of the Precursor Group, an investment research firm; and Jeffrey Rayport, CEO of Marketspace and former professor at Harvard Business School.
www.pbs.org /newshour/bb/business/aol_time_index.html   (666 words)

  
 Asia Times Online :: China Business News - Time Warner bows out of China
Time Warner unit Warner Brothers International Cinemas Inc entered China in 2002, the first foreign entertainment firm to invest in the Chinese market.
Warner Brothers currently operates six cinemas with local partners and had planned to expand to more than 30 in the next few years.
Time Warner teamed up with the Shanghai Film Group in 2002 to establish Yonghua Cinema City, with a 49% share of registered capital.
www.atimes.com /atimes/China_Business/HK14Cb01.html   (442 words)

  
 AOL Time-Warner Censors Alex Jones Websites
Austin Time Warner had previously shut down access to our websites on a whim, claiming they were 'hate material' but in all cases had quickly restored them after receiving complaints.
However, this latest attack on free speech is occurring nationwide, with Time Warner subscribers from New York to California reporting that their access to the websites is being blocked.
Time Warner are already receiving a deluge of complaints and according to some are now claiming that this is an 'error' that they are looking into and citing other websites that have also been affected, even though these websites are having no problems.
www.prisonplanet.com /articles/october2005/051005timewarnercensors.htm   (773 words)

  
 Responsible Shopper Profile: Time Warner Inc.
Time Warner is the second-largest media conglomerate in the world, raising concerns about public access to diverse information and the survival of independent media sources.
Time Warner (formerly AOL Time Warner) is one of the largest media corporations in the world, with subsidiaries working in every medium from books and magazines, to cable television and film.
Time Warner was the target of a campaign spearheaded by the National Writers Union, focused on ending Time Warner’s manipulation of free-lance journalists.
www.coopamerica.org /programs/rs/profile.cfm?id=345   (1340 words)

  
 Flak Magazine: Corporations - Time Warner
And then there's The Matrix: Once again, brought to you by the letter W and the letter B. Time Warner is everywhere and when all is said and done in the entertainment industry, they've got a lot of the good stuff.
Time Warner owns a number of cable networks, and while the most prominent ones are HBO and CNN, for my money the real jewel of their cable operations is TNT.
Time Warner may only be an entertainment company, but if we take a good hard look at our lives, there's precious little that we value more than good entertainment.
www.flakmag.com /features/corp/timewarner.html   (975 words)

  
 Business: AOL Time Warner eliminates 2,000 jobs
AOL Time Warner slashed more than 2,000 jobs and said an additional 3,800 at the company's Warner Bros. retail stores could be axed as the New York media giant moved swiftly to streamline operations and cut redundancy after its Jan. 11 merger.
Separately, Time Inc. also is eliminating three of the 20 consumer magazines it acquired last year in its purchase of Times Mirror Magazines from Tribune Co. Senior Golfer magazine is being combined with Golf magazine, Outdoor Explorer is being closed, and Today's Homeowner is being merged into This Old House magazine.
Analysts say AOL Time Warner is moving aggressively to cut costs in order to meet its goals for revenue and cash-flow growth.
www.sptimes.com /News/012501/Business/AOL_Time_Warner_elimi.shtml   (716 words)

  
 Time Warner Testimony
Time Warner Cable is the second-largest cable operator in the United States.
Time Warner Cable plans to spend more than five billion dollars over the next five years to deploy full-service networks in the majority of our service areas across the country.
The patent statute says that patents are not to be granted if the subject matter as a whole would have been obvious at the time the invention was made to a person having ordinary skill in the art to which subject matter pertains.
lpf.ai.mit.edu /Patents/testimony/statements/timewarner.testimony.html   (1468 words)

  
 Time Warner Archives: PaidContent.org   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Time Warner Needs a Wireless Acquisition [by rafat] : No, not me, that's Time Warner CEO Dick Parsons saying it..he said in an FT interview that he has set his sights on establishing a strong presence in mobile phone services, either by purchasing wireless spectrum or via an acquisition.
Google, Time Warner and AOL finally signed definitive agreements connected with the deal struck between the three late last year, according to the second filing.
Time Warner already has the ultimate male magnet: the annual SI swimsuit (or non-swimsuit) issue transformed into a 365/24/7 digital industry.
www.paidcontent.org /pc/arch/cat_time_warner.shtml   (11199 words)

  
 Time Warner
In 1996, approximately two-thirds of Time Warner's income came from the United States, but that figure is expected to drop to three-fifths by 2000 and eventually to less than one-half.
Time Warner expects globalization to provide growth tonic; it projects that its annual sales growth rate of 14 percent in the middle 1990s will climb to over 20 percent by the end of the decade.
Time Warner is also one of the largest movie theater owners in the world, with approximately 1,000 screens outside of the United States and further expansion projected.
www.fair.org /index.php?page=1405   (677 words)

  
 Time Warner
11.26.07 Jeff Robinov Promoted to President, Warner Bros. Pictures Group
Time Warner announced its Q3 2007 results on Wednesday, November 7.
Time Warner Inc.'s Board of Directors declares quarterly cash dividend.
www.timewarner.com   (74 words)

  
 Time Warner sells book division - The Boston Globe
Time Warner Inc. is selling its book publishing division to the French media and defense conglomerate Lagardere SCA for $537.5 million, the companies said yesterday.
NEW YORK -- Time Warner Inc. is selling its book publishing division to the French media and defense conglomerate Lagardere SCA for $537.5 million, the companies said yesterday.
Time Warner Book Group is the fifth-largest US book publisher, with a stable of writers that includes Nelson DeMille and James Patterson.
www.boston.com /business/technology/articles/2006/02/07/time_warner_sells_book_division   (337 words)

  
 Time Warner: Overview
Time is a weekly news-magazine, aimed to serve the modern necessity of keeping people informed, created on a principle of complete organisation.
Adelphia's assets were acquired by Time Warner Cable and Comcast in July 2006.
There is no comprehensive study of Time Warner and readers are accordingly reliant on works that look at different parts of the empire or personalities.
www.ketupa.net /time.htm   (1973 words)

  
 USATODAY.com - Time Warner board mum on AOL plan   (Site not responding. Last check: )
NEW YORK —; The board of Time Warner met Thursday, but the company remained silent on a plan to make more of its AOL services free in an effort to tap the Internet advertising boom.
Time Warner and AOL executives scheduled a conference call next Wednesday to release details of the unit's new business strategy, which is expected to include making AOL.com e-mail accounts and possibly other features free.
Nonetheless, Time Warner and AOL are taking a big gamble because the move will likely accelerate the decrease in subscriptions, which still account for about 80% of AOL's revenues.
www.usatoday.com /tech/news/2006-07-27-time-warner-aol_x.htm?csp=34   (587 words)

  
 Internet Service to Put Classic TV on Home Computer - New York Times
Warner's offering comes at a time when television producers and networks are exploring new ways to use digital technology to distribute programs.
At the same time, it is creating programming aimed at women and young people, including an online reality series called "The Biz," giving contestants the chance to become a music producer, in conjunction with the Warner Music Group (which is no longer owned by Time Warner).
Warner is also adding shorter segments and interactive features for users who do not want to watch entire episodes.
www.nytimes.com /2005/11/14/business/14warner.html?ex=1289624400&en=a44d72f99b5003e3&ei=5088&partner=rssnyt&emc=rss   (1227 words)

  
 Time Warner Cable | Road Runner High Speed Online™ | Digital Phone | Order Online at WhiteFence
As the second-largest cable company in the United States, Time Warner Cable owns and manages the most advanced cable TV operations in the country.
Time Warner Cable brings the digital age into America's communities through technological innovation, a fully upgraded fiber-based network and a commitment to increasing choice and value for our customers.
With Road Runner High Speed Online™ service from Time Warner Cable, you’ll get connected with blazing speeds up to 100 times faster than dial-up and up to three times the speed of most standard DSL packages.
www.whitefence.com /timewarner/index.html   (319 words)

  
 Time Warner Phone, Time Warner Digital Phone, Time Warner Cable TV, Time Warner Communications, Road Runner High Speed, ...
Time Warner is the second largest cable company in the United States and is a pioneering force in the cable industry.
Ever since Time Warner Cable was formed, they've been at the forefront of technology, striving to make life more enjoyable and less complicated for Americans and the communities they serve.
It's up to three times the speed of most standard DSL packages and up to 100 times faster than dial-up, so your family can spend their time on the computer learning, experiencing, and playing instead of waiting.
www.connectmyphone.com /timewarner   (397 words)

  
 Missing backup tapes spur encryption at Time Warner - Network World
Time Warner this week said it will "quickly" begin encrypting all data saved to backup tapes after 40 tapes with personal information on about 600,000 current and former employees were lost in transit to a storage facility.
However, McKiernan did say Time Warner is trying to convince officials at Boston-based Iron Mountain to change some of their handling procedures.
At the time, the company wouldn't disclose how the tapes were lost, but in an interview this week, Ameritrade CIO Asiff Hirji said that the tape fell off a conveyer belt in a shipping facility.
www.networkingsmallbusiness.com /news/2005/050605-timewarner.html   (752 words)

  
 Boing Boing: Time Warner Cable Internet sucks rocks
Time Warner cable bought out my local company, Adelphia, last year, and since then the service has gone straight down the toilet.
But Time Warner won't look into the problem -- instead, as before, they insist on waiting two days while they get a service van out to look at my modem, verify that yup, once again, it hasn't spontaneously stopped working, and then they'll investigate at their end.
Time Warner cable is like some kind of throwback to the early days of broadband, when it was rare and exotic and barely worked.
www.boingboing.net /2007/03/19/time_warner_cable_in.html   (334 words)

  
 Time Warner | paidContent.org   (Site not responding. Last check: )
AdAge: Bewkes quashed some rumors about Time Inc: he didn’t rule out selling Time Inc. — or any Time Warner division — but did say this morning that the publishing unit’s scale was an asset: “We’re not going to start selling off magazines piecemeal”.
In the memo posted on Romenesko, Time Inc. CEO Ann Moore explains: “While these titles are good performers, Time Inc. is focusing its energy, resources and investment on our largest and most profitable brands, brands that have demonstrated an ability to draw large audiences in print and digital form.
Time Inc’s first experiment with web-only publications is about to end: the firm is closing Officepirates.com effective Sept. 1 after just six months, apparently due to poor traffic.
www.paidcontent.org /c/time-warner   (5935 words)

  
 Time-Warner News   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Time Warner Inc. said Wednesday it agreed to sell AOL France's Internet access business to Neuf Cegetel, a French telecommunications network operator, for about $365 million in cash.
Time Warner Inc. is giving up its foothold in one of the fastest-growing markets for broadband Internet access with a deal to sell AOL Germany's Internet access business to Telecom Italia SpA for about $870...
In parts 8 and 12 of this series, I've discussed Time Warner's ongoing problems in what was suppose to be mass media paradise.
www.topix.net /com/twx   (714 words)

  
 Time Warner, index.php - Gawker   (Site not responding. Last check: )
When Time Warner, which had long owned 50 percent of Court TV, acquired the other half last month, everyone was sure that layoffs would be coming soon.
Time Warner, along with all the other centralized, vertically integrated, horizontally organized, multi-platform-function media companies, is just too big.
TWBG was part of Time Inc., and chairman Ann Moore sent a memo to her employees earlier today on the sale.
www.gawker.com /news/time-warner/index.php   (2287 words)

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