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Clusterstock  Jul 15  Comment 
Most people think of WeWork as a co-working space with an awesome vibe and fast-growing membership. Last valued at $16 billion, WeWork can now boast that it is home to industry powerhouses like GE and tech giants like Facebook. Find out why...
Forbes  Jul 13  Comment 
Cava Grill was born from a love of Greek culture and a passion to share healthy Mediterranean-inspired cuisine made from the freshest ingredients. The brand quickly has become a culinary force to be reckoned with, with the likes of AOL founder...
SeekingAlpha  Jun 23  Comment 
The Economic Times  Jun 21  Comment 
EY’s get-up-and-move-around or ‘stand up work zones’ initiative mirrors similar moves by Silicon Valley majors like Google, Facebook, Skype, AOL and Twitter.
TechCrunch  Jun 15  Comment 
 AOL executive Tim Mahlman is getting a promotion. The titles might not sound all that different — Mahlman was previously AOL’s president of publisher platforms, and now he’s president of AOL platforms. But this means he’s in charge both...
Forbes  Jun 14  Comment 
Steve Case was one of the architects of the first wave of the Internet. For many who learned about him and his company in the mid-1990s, it may have seemed as though his was an overnight success, but AOL took nearly a decade to truly take off....
TechCrunch  Jun 14  Comment 
 This morning, Revolution, a Washington, D.C.-based venture firm founded by former AOL executives Steve Case, Donn Davis and Ted Leonsis, is taking the wraps off its newest growth fund, which it has closed with $525 million....
Forbes  May 13  Comment 
The Video NewFronts of 2016 will go down in history as a year of consolidation. Now it’s down to three big players - YouTube, AOL and Facebook, and Facebook was MIA. Web video is central to the emerging behavior of web content for both consumers...
TechCrunch  May 10  Comment 
 Against a backdrop of a New York investment scene that’s been long on promise and press and somewhat lacking in terms of exits, tech icons Fred Wilson, co-founder of Union Square Ventures, and Tim Armstrong, (my boss’ boss’ boss) chief...
TechCrunch  Apr 20  Comment 
 Michael Arrington — who famously co-founded TechCrunch in 2005 and just as famously parted ways with the outlet in 2011, one year after selling it to AOL — is now taking on a reduced role at the venture fund that he co-founded when he left...





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