AOL stock is down 4% or so today – and it hit a 52-week low of $17.62 earlier this morning. Earlier this week, AOL CEO Tim Armstrong fired ad sales boss Jeff Levick. Maybe that sent the wrong signal to institutional buyers? (Tim to Jeff: …
In fact, lately it’s actually been looking like a hot operator a la LinkedIn (LNKD) or Facebook (FB). So far in 2013, AOL stock is up over 53%. As should be no surprise, the turnaround has been far from easy. Perhaps the biggest challenge …
It's the 21st century, and AOL's stock is soaring. And no -- those two facts are not mutually exclusive. Shares of AOL (AOL), an Internet pioneer way back in the 1990s, spiked more than 15% Tuesday after the online content provider …
AOL Inc.'s stock price soared Tuesday in response to the merger agreement with Verizon Communications Inc., extending a four-year rally in AOL's shares. After the companies said Verizon would buy AOL for $50 a share, or $4.4 billion, …
Since the deal was announced in October of 2016, AT&T's stock has had a rough time getting any type of ... has had its focus on more bite sized acquisitions including the former AOL for $4.4B and Yahoo for $4.8B now labeled under the …
Another day, another AOL stock plunge. On Wednesday, shares in the struggling Internet company tumbled more than 15.5 percent to $11.77, continuing what has been a pretty bad September. It’s hard to say that there’s any one reason …
When I was asked to write about AOL’s (AOL) new video content strategy, it took me on a trip down memory lane, back to when I covered media companies for Bloomberg in the early 2000s. At the time, the company’s public relations staff …
Verizon, which acquired AOL and Yahoo, has grouped the internet assets in a …
Although it rebounded somewhat later in the day along with the rest of the major stock indexes, AOL (s aol) shares got hammered on Tuesday after the company released its latest earnings, falling by as much as 30 percent from the …
NEW YORK (CNNMoney.com) -- AOL Inc. shares plunged Wednesday after the Internet company reported declining sales and a dwindling subscriber base. Shares of AOL (AOL) were down more than 12% at $24.58 at midday.