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
Hale Global to acquire major stake in the struggling hyperlocal website group after years of losses and staff layoffs
Memo from AOL CEO Tim Armstrong reveals new details about the 2011 $315 million acquisition
AOL thanks departing staffers for their service
The man Armstrong told to "put that camera down" is no longer with the company, according to his LinkedIn profile
AOL shares rises 11% after Q3 revenue of $531M beats analysts' expectations
AOL CEO Tim Armstrong has a new deal through 2016
Higher ad revenue helps slow AOL's revenue decline and pushes the company past Wall Street's forecasts
Business Insider's Nicholas Carlson says $100M
Armstrong tells AllThingsD's Peter Kafka he wants AOL to remain independent
Global ad revenue increased by 8 percent while subscription revenues dropped 22 percent
The firm had just upped its stake in July
Arrington is out at AOL, Erick Schoenfeld is TechCrunch's new editor but questions remain
TechCrunch's founder is apparently headed out the door, but how many of his foot soldiers will remain?
AOL CEO Tim Armstrong has apparently again reached out to the company about a possible merger but Yahoo says it has "zero interest"
CFO: "We believe this is a unique opportunity to invest in our company."
Revenues fall, advertising slides, but display ads grew for the first time since 2007 -- "an important milestone in the turnaround," CEO Tim Armstong says
Post-sale integration of redundant sites begins; Arianna Huffington's hiring spree continues
AOL folds Politics Daily, Huffington Post makes 11 new editorial hires, announces "30-day service challenge" encouraging staffers to volunteer
As expected, chief Tim Armstrong announces major staffing cuts: 200 employees laid off in U.S.; 900 worldwide
Tim Armstrong: "There wasn’t a fit" for him; chief outlines other changes in memo
Company's stock has fallen 9 percent since Friday -- last day of trading before $315 million buy
The new editor-in-chief of AOL's Huffington Post Media Group says there'll be "absolutely no" leftist political slant. But Tim Armstrong says to expect cuts ...
ANALYSIS: What happens when a once-mighty but now brandless portal is taken over by a sharp-elbowed left-leaning blog? That, and six other burning post-merger questions...
The romance between Huffington Post and AOL was whirlwind, but the hot news site had been planning big for a while.
Steve Case: "Tim Armstrong says '1 + 1 will equal 11 ... Really? That wasn't my experience"
From a standing start, Huffpo now commands a higher valuation than the New York Times and more monthly traffic -- about 25 million unique visits...
Company continues to struggle in attempt at reinvention