While almost every search company has seen recent stock price gains rumors again are floating that AOL may be sold off. If AOL were only concerned about the quality of their product they would not be facing this problem.
Citing unnamed sources, the New York Post Online reports that Time Warner's banker, Goldman Sachs, is working on a series of proposals concerning the future of AOL.
Options include flogging the business, floating it or engaging in a "significant restructuring".
The proposals are due to be discussed by senior execs next month at a board meeting.
- source TheRegister
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