The Time Warner-America Online merger is widely viewed as one of the worst mergers in U.S. corporate history, at least for individual investors.

It didn’t hurt Liberty Media Corp. The Colorado-based media conglomerate acquired about 170 million shares of Time Warner in 1995, through multiple transactions, for about $300 million, according to company reports and a Wall Street analyst’s estimate.

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