What will be left of AOL when it’s sold off?

Not much, according to this analysis. The most valuable asset is probably Tim Armstrong’s house in Riverside but I don’t think that’s part of any deal. Looks like “Patch” will get axed, which is too bad because I think it’s just getting going and could succeed, given time.

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  1. stump

    In dealing with Irene and its aftermath, the Greenwich Patch has been more useful than the Greenwich Time in many respects.

  2. Anonymous

    a bill from the bankers?