Will Riverside’s Tim Armstrong have to start flying commercial?

But Jet Blue still serves peanuts!

But Jet Blue still serves peanuts!

That’s what they’re speculating at Business Insider. Time Warner is set to dump off AOL, but they plan on keeping the Gulfstream. If you hear a wailing and gnashing of teeth down on the water off Meadow Road, you’ll know why.

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  1. Anonymous

    IIRC, GS has never owned planes but their top execs have been flying NetJets for yrs

    Many ways to cleverly downplay use of G550s, even if a public co. or trying to portray a frugal image

    Uncle Warren owns NetJets and often casually flies G550 to play a round of golf for the day at someplace like Augusta, all while projecting the public illusion of being a value-conscious, modest-living, GM-driving codger from Omaha