- Newsmaker: The Demise of AOL Time Warner
AOL Time Warner was once the world's biggest media company. Now it's posting what could be the biggest quarterly loss in American corporate history. At more than 50 billion dollars, it's larger than the gross national products of Ecuador, Kenya or Bulgaria. Seth Schiesel, who reports on media and telecommunications for The New York Times, looks at the reasons behind the latest dot-com demise.
- Reporter's Notebook: Kissinger Next to Meet with Judge Garzons
The government that allowed former dictator Augusto Pinochet to return to Chile rather than extradite him to Spain on charges of war crimes, has denied the request of a Spanish judge to question Henry Kissinger just because he's on British soil. Hugh O'Shaughnessy, author of Pinochet: The Politics of Torture, clarifies what it is that investigators from France, Spain and Chile are seeking to discover.
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