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  1. AOL to Acquire Online Video Ad Company Adap.tv for $405 Million

    2:48 am 8/7/2013

    UPDATED: The Internet company unveils its biggest acquisition under chairman and CEO Tim Armstrong as it reports improved second-quarter revenue.Read more

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  2. Bob Lord Named CEO of AOL Networks

    9:02 am 7/19/2013

    The former Razorfish exec will replace Ned Brody, who resigned in April. Read more

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  3. Leading Online Ad Networks Agree to Voluntary Piracy Program

    12:18 pm 7/15/2013

    MPAA chairman Chris Dodd says the plan "places a disproportionate amount of the burden on rights holders."Read more

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  4. Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer Is Top-Earning Chief in New Media

    10:36 am 6/5/2013

    Meanwhile, Larry Page, Mayer's old boss at Google, ranks last with just $1 in pay.Read more

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  5. AOL Sells Music, Comics Sites to Townsquare Media

    7:16 am 6/3/2013

    The radio and digital media firm has acquired country, hip-hop and heavy metal sites, as well as fanboys site ComicsAlliance.Read more

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  6. AOL First-Quarter Financials Rise

    4:14 am 5/8/2013

    UPDATED: The company, led by CEO Tim Armstrong, returned to growth in display ad revenue and expects some TV ad dollars to start moving to online video.Read more

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  7. AOL NewFront: 15 New Shows, Sarah Jessica Parker

    11:20 am 4/30/2013

    AOL makes its pitch for ad money at an upfront-style event on Tuesday, introducing new shows with Gwyneth Paltrow, Hank Azaria and Nicole Richie.Read more

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  8. AOL NewFront: NASCAR Teen Driver Out Front in Docuseries

    10:47 am 4/30/2013

    Race car prodigy Dylan Kwasniewski, 17, is the focus of the 10-episode “Flat Out,” which will premiere this fall on the company's premium video platform.Read more

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  9. AOL Music Shutting Down, Say Staff

    1:14 pm 4/26/2013

    Among the sites affected: Spinner, The Boot and The Boom Box. AOL has yet to comment on the news or layoffs.Read more

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  10. AOL CEO Tim Armstrong's 2012 Compensation Rises to $12.1 Million

    4:29 am 3/20/2013

    UPDATED: A regulatory filing shows that his compensation includes stock and options awards, as well as a $500,000 bonus.Read more

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