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People still use AOL. It's true.

Aug 13, 2014
AOL still has users. And they're getting a lot for their membership.
Posted In: aol, internet access, elderly

AOL CEO Tim Armstrong: How many chances does he get?

Feb 10, 2014
Isn't his board getting tired of the mea culpas?
Posted In: aol, tim armstrong, CEOs

AOL CEO Tim Armstrong fires employee during conference call

Aug 12, 2013
AOL CEO Tim Armstrong was having a conference call last week with Patch employees about shutting down sites and laying off staff, when he did something that surprised everyone.
Posted In: tim armstrong, aol, patch

AOL's new hyper-local news plan: A little less local

Aug 12, 2013
AOL hoped to create a viable new model for local news, but now it's planning dramatic cuts to Patch sites and staff.
Posted In: aol, tim armstrong, journalism

Taking AOL beyond 'You've Got Mail'

Dec 11, 2012
CEO Tim Armstrong talks about AOL's hopes to reinvent itself and compete with Google and Facebook.
Posted In: aol, tim armstrong

AOL's history as told through New York Times crosswords

Dec 5, 2012
The very first clue -- Jan. 14th, 1997 -- "Prodigy competitor, for short."
Posted In: crossword, New York Times, aol

AOL faces dissident shareholder

Jun 14, 2012
Starboard Venture has a 5 percent stake in the company. Now it wants three seats on the board of directors.
Posted In: aol

We three kings need to help each other

Nov 9, 2011
Microsoft, AOL, and Yahoo! [announced an advertising partnership yesterday](http://online.wsj.com/article...
Posted In: advertising, aol, Microsoft, Tech Report, Yahoo

53 billion

Sep 13, 2011
That's the number of minutes logged by Americans in the month of May on Facebook, according to a recent study. That's a lot of minutes. And no...
Posted In: accounting, aol, Facebook, msn, Yahoo

Michael Arrington Is Out at Tech Crunch

Sep 8, 2011
Arianna Huffington appears to have won the glorious, public, smack-down within AOL over Michael Arrington's plans to both write about startups at...
Posted In: aol, business, Entertainment, huffington, techcrunch, Web Culture

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