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Case resigns from Time Warner's board of directors

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New York—Steve Case, the co-founder of AOL, said Monday that he has resigned from Time Warner’s board of directors.

Case, one of the original architects of the 2000 AOL-Time Warner merger, resigned as chairman in 2003 but remained on the board despite shareholder opposition.

Case said he was leaving to focus on his new business, Revolution LLC, which will make investments in health care, resorts and wellness programming.

—Matthew Schwartz

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