Verizon announced Tuesday that it’s buying AOL Inc. for $50 a share, valued at approximately $4.4 billion, to bolster the company’s plans for mobile and web video.
By Joshua Barajas
March 15 marks the 30th anniversary of the birth of the .com domain suffix, or dotcom. In the early days, companies acquired their own dotcoms and developed a marketing presence on the Internet. Check out a few of these initial…
By Laura Santhanam
By PBS NewsHour
PBS NewsHour for Monday, December 9, 2013…
As the annual college basketball tournament known as March Madness begins, there is a proposal to block men's college basketball teams that don't graduate at least 40 percent of their players. Judy Woodruff talks to a sports journalism professor for…
In a long-expected move, Time Warner announced plans to spin off AOL into a publicly traded company, ending their nine-year run together. A Washington Post reporter explains the company's move.
In an effort to take advantage of the "explosive rise in broadband use and online advertising," Time Warner's Internet arm, AOL, plans to offer free e-mail and other services as it moves away from its dial-up Internet service and cuts…
AOL Time Warner Inc. and AT&T on Wednesday announced plans to dissolve their decade-old cable and entertainment partnership in an estimated $9 billion buyout deal.
AOL Time Warner Tuesday announced it will let go of 1,700 employees as part of a reorganization of its America Online Internet arm.
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