The once-dominant Moviefone, controlled by AOL and BermanBraun, will live on as an app
She calls his comments, explaining why company was tightening 401(k) plan, "a cruel violation"
In a staff email sent out on Saturday, Tim Armstrong apologized for his comments singling out sick babies for why the company had to overhaul...
The AOL CEO is in hot water with employees on Thursday after making comments that blamed "distressed babies" for changes in the company's 401(k) program
Company beats Wall Street Projections
Layoffs come less than two weeks after AOL sold majority of its struggling news operation to Hale Global
The ousted AOL editor-in-chief joins former Daily Beast chief Tina Brown's new events project
The former AOL executive will forge partnerships overseas and syndicate Maker's shows internationally
Hale Global to acquire major stake in the struggling hyperlocal website group after years of losses and staff layoffs
In August, AOL cut Patch staff in half
Memo from AOL CEO Tim Armstrong reveals new details about the 2011 $315 million acquisition
Making an eight-episode series for AOL changed Shlain's approach to releasing movies
The video and tech staff laid off; editorial safe -- for now
In short, no. Here's why.