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AOL Time Warner. (HBO at 30).

Home: Dulles, Va.

2001 revenue: $38.2 billion

2001 net income: $4.9 billion

Major holdings: Time Inc., Warner Bros., Turner Broadcasting System, Home Box Office, New Line Cinema, Warner Music Group, America Online, AOLTW Interactive Video

Internet: Netscape, AOL Anywhere, AOL Intl., AOL pBroadband, AOL Instant Messenger, CompuServe, Mapquest, Moviefone, ICQ

Television: Time Warner Cable; Time Warner Telecom; Warner Bros. Network; inDemand; Bay News 8, Tampa, Fla.; News 8, Austin, Texas; NY1 News New York; R/News, Rochester, N.Y.; News 14, N.C.

Music: Atlantic, Elektra, Rhino, Warner Bros., Warner Music Intl. and Word Entertainment

Publishing: AOLTW Book Group; Warner Books; Little, Brown and Company; Time4Media includes 22 magazine titles including Time, Sports Illustrated, Field & Stream, People, Golf and Popular Science

Stock price: $14.70 (Oct. 25)

52-week high: $39.21

52-week low: $8.70

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