AOL. Remember that? Well, other than sending you disks in the mail every other week, the company was swimming in money back in the day. So much money, in fact, that they bought Time Warner for $165 billion in 2001, the biggest business combo ever up until that time. Then, the dot-com bubble popped, and things went down the crapper. A year later, AOL reported a loss of $99 billion. After much embrassment, the company dropped AOL from its name and kept 'Time Warner'. AOL was rebranded as a digital media company in 2009, and is slowly making a comeback.