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CEO Tim Armstrong Makes Case (Again) That AOL Is Finally On The Mend

Tim Armstrong - Forbes

AOL has been the sad sack of online media for so long now that it almost makes Yahoo look good. But at least the latest quarter showed the first year-over-year revenue growth in eight years–eight!–so it’s worth looking a little more closely at whether CEO Tim Armstrong has a handle on what can bring the Internet pioneer back from irrelevance.


AOL's Armstrong Reportedly Wants To Sell To Yahoo

AOL's Armstrong Reportedly Wants To Sell To Yahoo

From the department of weird ideas: AOL CEO Tim Armstrong is apparently out peddling the idea that the company could sell itself to Yahoo. Question is, what makes him think Yahoo is buying? Reuters is reporting that Armstrong has been meeting with shareholders in recent weeks pushing the notion that an AOL/Yahoo combination could result ...

Senh: I could see how this could work, but like what everyone else said - how can two sinking ships float? If each of them can't make this work individually, how can they make it work together. It would be better if Yahoo just buy AOL's star properties individually (Techcrunch and other tech sites) and leave the rest (Huffington Post). Merging the two will just sink both companies.


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