AOL Time Warner Inc. shares plunged 15 percent in the wake of the company's
admission that the Securities and Exchange Commission is snooping into its accounting
AOL shares, once topping $100 apiece, hit $9.64, a four-year low.
AOL Time Warner chief Richard Parsons Thursday told company-owned Cable News Network the accounting "was
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