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TheStreet.com  Dec 16  Comment 
NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- Bob Lord, AOL's point man for the company's big bet on automated advertising, is fielding lots of calls these days from smaller ad-technology companies looking to be acquired. "My phone is ringing off the hook with...
Cloud Computing  Dec 4  Comment 
How does one bridge the gap between traditional enterprise storage infrastructures and the private, hybrid, and public cloud? In his session at 15th Cloud Expo, Dan Pollack, Chief Architect of Storage Operations at AOL Inc., examed the workload...
Benzinga  Dec 4  Comment 
In talks related to innovation or new technology, AOL, Inc. (NYSE: AOL) might not come to someone’s mind. However, CEO Tim Armstrong thinks that all that is about to change now. Armstrong was interviewed by CNBC at the Tech Crunch Disrupt...
TheStreet.com  Dec 3  Comment 
NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- AOL CEO Tim Armstrong wouldn't take the bait from Business Insider's Henry Blodget to put a round number on revenue at Huffington Post but he did intimate that the news and video operation is worth a lot more than the...
TechCrunch  Dec 1  Comment 
 AOL is confirming that it has acquired Vidible. Recode broke the news shortly before the official announcement. The financial terms of the deal were not disclosed, but Recode says the price was around $50 million. Read More
Wall Street Journal  Dec 1  Comment 
AOL has purchased Vidible Inc., a marketplace for online video content that connects content providers and publishers in need of video.
MarketWatch  Dec 1  Comment 
AOL has been lining its advertising ducks in a row since separating from Time Warner in 2009 -- and one analyst is predicting a big payoff. Monness Crespi Hardt analyst James Cakmak initiated coverage on AOL Monday with a buy rating and $67...
TechCrunch  Nov 25  Comment 
 AOL just announced that Allie Kline, who was already chief marketing officer for AOL Platforms, has been promoted to CMO for the company as a whole. AdAge reported yesterday that Erika Nardini would be leaving her role as CMO of AOL Advertising,...
Benzinga  Nov 17  Comment 
There was a time when a merger between Yahoo! Inc. (NASDAQ: YHOO) and AOL, Inc. (NYSE: AOL) would have inspired antitrust whispers. The days when these two companies dominated the web are long gone, but could a merger between the two be the best...





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