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Time Warner is losing two key executives at yearend, when longtime co-chairman-CEOs of Warner Bros., Bob Daly and Terry Semel, are leaving. Their July 15 surprise resulted in TW's stock dropping 1 7/16 that day. It came a day after big earnings news, with net profits growing $593 million in the second quarter. Warner Bros. has been struggling recently; last year, its only $100 million-plus box office hit was "Lethal Weapon 4." This year, the studio scored big hits with
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