AOL has reported 47 per cent turnover growth and better-than-expected earnings for the three months to 31 March.
Profit of $438m was up from $411m in the same period last year. Reported profit included one-time gains from the sale of investments totalling $275m in the most recent quarter and $567m in last year's quarter. Turnover rose to $1.8bn.
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