Post Tagged with: "AOL"

AOL Arrington Scandal Proves Only One Thing: It’s Time For Tim Armstrong To Go

AOL Arrington Scandal Proves Only One Thing: It’s Time For Tim Armstrong To Go

0 / September 8, 2011 1:14 am

The AOL Michael Arrington conflict of interest/ who is in charge/ and a whole bunch of other things spat that has dominated tech columns across the web since last week can only lead to on conclusion: it’s time for AOL […]

Michael Arrington Gets Smacked Down In AOL Battle [Cartoon]

Michael Arrington Gets Smacked Down In AOL Battle [Cartoon]

0 / September 7, 2011 10:22 pm

The team at Taiwan’s Next Media Animation has released their newest video and it’s a hilarious explanation of all the craziness that happened at AOL Huffington Post Media Group this week as TechCrunch founder Michael Arrington was fired at the request of […]

Arrington and Arianna Declare War On Each Other, AOL Idly Sits By And Watches

Arrington and Arianna Declare War On Each Other, AOL Idly Sits By And Watches

0 / September 6, 2011 10:49 pm

Wouldn’t it be great if you could sell your company to a larger firm and then cry foul when they don’t do exactly what you want after the sale? That’s what’s happening right now at AOL as TechCrunch founder Michael […]

AOL May Go Private, Trading Up on Report

AOL May Go Private, Trading Up on Report

0 / August 31, 2011 10:59 pm

AOL got a slight boost in trading today following a piece from an unlikely source- the New York Post– that the company may be heading for the auction block. An earnings call earlier this month saw a lower-than-expected outlook for fiscal […]

Patch Gets Boost From Hurricane Irene

Patch Gets Boost From Hurricane Irene

0 / August 30, 2011 6:56 am

The biggest story across the Eastern seaboard this weekend- and to a degree elsewhere- was the deadly and much-hyped Hurricane Irene. As the storm swept through the region, the clamor for hyperlocal information began- particularly given the localized nature of […]

AOL Looking To Sell, HuffPost Deal Deemed A Failure [Rumor]

AOL Looking To Sell, HuffPost Deal Deemed A Failure [Rumor]

0 / August 29, 2011 11:14 pm

When AOL purchased Huffington Post for $315 million nearly six months ago the deal left many analysts scratching their heads and now it appears that AOL has realized the error of their ways, meeting with law firm Watchell, Lipton, Rozen […]

AOL Travel Relaunches In UK, Partners With Warner Leisure Hotels

AOL Travel Relaunches In UK, Partners With Warner Leisure Hotels

0 / August 24, 2011 12:35 pm

AOL Travel, a website that focuses on travel news, features and city guides has relaunched in the UK and part of that relaunch includes partnering with Warner Leisure Hotels. The partnership includes a month-long agreement that will utilize AOL’s Project […]

AOL Huffington Post Media Group Announces Relaunch Of Stylelist.com

AOL Huffington Post Media Group Announces Relaunch Of Stylelist.com

0 / August 18, 2011 5:59 pm

AOL Huffington Post Media Group on Thursday announced the official relaunch of Stylelist.com, a website that focuses on the world of fashion and beauty, specifically working to enhance their readers personal sense of style. The site is being run by […]

AOL Huffington Post Media Group Launches HuffPost Small Business Section

AOL Huffington Post Media Group Launches HuffPost Small Business Section

0 / August 17, 2011 1:09 pm

Another day, another website launch by AOL Huffington Post Group, this time the company has launched HuffPost Small Business which they promise will deliver interactive hubs for Entrepreneurs, Real-Time News, Video, Analysis and Community engagement, all fairly standard fare for […]

Huffington Post Logo Contest Sparks Design Controversy

Huffington Post Logo Contest Sparks Design Controversy

0 / August 15, 2011 10:58 pm

The Huffington Post’s business model has been good for some, and not so good for others- which makes it a controversial topic when compensation for content contributions is discussed. There’s no question as to whether the model benefits some- Arianna […]

Patch Costing AOL More Than $160M Each Year

Patch Costing AOL More Than $160M Each Year

0 / August 15, 2011 10:08 pm

Perhaps the most ambitious venture into hyperlocal news and media is AOL’s well-seeded Patch, a network of local bloggers that are essentially working for the company to replace the dying hometown newspaper. In the past, communities were served by village […]

Patch Latino To Launch This Fall, Already Hiring Local Reporters [Confirmed]

Patch Latino To Launch This Fall, Already Hiring Local Reporters [Confirmed]

0 / August 15, 2011 9:49 pm

Miguel Ferrer, General Manager of AOL Latino confirmed on Monday that Patch Latino, the Latino brance of AOL’s hyperlocal news network will launch this fall and is already in the process of hiring journalists in select market. Speaking to Portada, […]

AOL to Buy Back $250M in Stock After Selloff

AOL to Buy Back $250M in Stock After Selloff

0 / August 11, 2011 4:23 pm

After shares of AOL stock lost more than a third of their value this week, the company announced a plan to buy back $250 million in AOL stocks in order to protect the stock’s price. AOL CEO Tim Armstrong confirmed […]

AOL Revenues Buoyed By Increased Advertising Revenues, Investors Not Impressed

AOL Revenues Buoyed By Increased Advertising Revenues, Investors Not Impressed

0 / August 9, 2011 11:52 am

For the first time in three years AOL on Tuesday posted an increase in global advertising revenue during the company’s earnings call. The newly reorganized media publisher posted a net loss of $11.8 million for the quarter, compared to a […]