If you could receive a service for free, why
would you pay for it? It's commonsense.. Also,
commonsense for a company to gain market share in this infant
business for future leadership position..
Case's model is backwards, once you have the whole pie,
then you slice it up for a dime, not the other way
around.. In the meantime, the providers gain from
increased advertising revenue due to their increased market
share.. Yahoo!'s model..
Now AOL is losing market
stock read this:
There have been six 2 for
1 AOL splits since 1994. This means that AOL stock
has gone up 2^6=64 times since that time, inasmuch as
it always reached approximately the same value prior
to splitting again. This means that anyone who
bought say 100 shares of this stock at say $50 in 1994
(paying $5,000) now--5 yers later-- has a total of 6,400
shares worth 6,400x$114=$729,600 (assuming AOL is
selling at $114) An excellent investment!!! Even if AOL
were to drop to $72 (which it won't) that stockholder
would still have $364,800 (still an excellent an
Hold on to your AOL stock. It'll make you rich!