In early 2000, an Internet giant called AOL bought a content giant called Time Warner. The delivery of movies and TV programming through the Internet was supposed to be just around the corner. A few months later, the stock market peaked. A few years later, AOL took a goodwill write-off of $99 BILLION.
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