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AOL Layoffs: What Division Will See the Most Cuts?

A new round of AOL layoffs has been announced, affecting mostly the company's membership division (making up two-thirds of the cuts). More 

German Publisher Axel Springer Close to Buying Business Insider

Axel Springer, a German publisher, is looking to buy Business Insider for $560 million after already purchasing an 8% stake in website. More 

HuffPost 24: Huffington Post to Launch 24-Hour Video Network

Huffington Post announced the launch of HuffPost 24, a 24-hour video network with original content available in a variety of platforms. More 

Arianna Huffington Signs on for 4 More Years at Huffington Post

Arianna Huffington will stay with Huffington Post after AOL is bought out by Verizon. She has signed for 4 more years with the newspaper. More 

Google Stock (GOOGL) in Trouble as Mobile Ad Wars Heat Up

Google gets the majority of revenue from ads. And with AMZN, FB, VZ and Spotify making a run at mobile ads, GOOGL stock might be in trouble. More 

What the AOL Merger Means for Verizon Stock (VZ, AOL)

Media reports about the deal present a confusing picture. But the bottom line is that an AOL-VZ merger is good news for Tim Armstrong. More 

AOL CEO Tim Armstrong Could Make $180M on Verizon Deal

AOL, Inc. CEO Tim Armstrong could gain about $180 million when his company is sold to Verizon Communications Inc. for $4.4 billion. More