New 52-Week High for AOL Inc. (AOL)


AOL, Inc. (NYSE:AOL) shares touched a new high of $27.91 today, the highest point since its November spinoff from Time Warner Inc. (NYSE:TWX) but can the trend continue?

Welcome Back AOL to the New York Stock Exchange

America Online (NYSE:AOL)

America Online is now just AOL (NYSE:AOL) and the company is officially on its own again after the split from Time Warner (NYSE:TWX).  Shares of AOL started trading on Tuesday at $27 and finished its first week down 14% to $23 even.  The public will get its chance to trade AOL on Dec 10th and there may be cause to celebrate and independent AOL.

Move over Netflix, YouTube may Stream Rental Movies

Google and Youtube

Move over Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX), Google Inc's (NASDAQ:GOOG) YouTube is in talks with studios, including Lions Gate (LGF), Sony (SNE) and Warner Bros. (TWX), to stream newer movies for rental.

Yang Finally Accepts Reality

Jerry Yang, Yahoo! Inc. CEO

This is about 6 months too late for shareholders

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