Stock Watch: AOL Alliance Boosts (Nasdaq: TALK) rose 2 5/16 to 12 3/8 Tuesday after the company and America Online (NYSE: AOL) agreed to continue an exclusive marketing alliance through 2001., which provides telecommunications services through the Internet, will continue as the exclusive provider of long-distance services to AOL subscribers. Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Gabe Battista said the company will “accelerate” marketing partnerships “to complement the high-volume AOL channel.” bills customers monthly, and billing records are available online in real time. The company plans to acquire Access One Communications, allowing it to provide local and long-distance services in the southeast United States. It also has received accreditation from the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) to become a registrar of domain names.

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