“I think if you buy some AOL stock right now, you’re going to make a lot of money,” Arianna Huffington told Michael Arrington of TechCrunch at a conference in New York on May 23. She made her comments several months after selling The Huffington Post ...
Deal Book · 6y
Right now, the hottest stock in the market is AOL, Inc. (NYSE:AOL). This is the first time this headline has been written about the stock since the tech bubble in the late 1999s. The Associated Press reports that AOL has decided to buy back $400 million ...
ValueWalk · 5y
announced today its final steps in returning approximately $1.1 billion to AOL shareholders in 2012, entering into a $600 million fixed-dollar collared Accelerated Stock Repurchase Agreement (“ASR Agreement”) with Barclays Bank plc. (“Barclays ...
Those who remember the old ticker symbol aren’t dreaming. AOL (NYSE: AOL) is back, now that Time Warner has spun off its problematic online arm. The stock didn’t surge upon launch. Since Time Warner is distributing the shares to its investors, it’s ...
[TechCrunch is owned by AOL ... we have begun a transaction with Barclays that is allowing us to pursue the repurchase of $600 million in AOL stock. We also announced a special one time cash dividend of $5.15 per share. The combination of …
TechCrunch · 5y
This morning, after AOL execs ring the opening bell at the New York Stock Exchange, the latest chapter for the long-troubled Internet icon begins as it tries to convince Wall Street that this time will be the charm. AOL officially spins off from Time ...
Fact is, Case doesn't just run AOL. He created it; he owns much of its stock, and he says he's about to change it big time. Case merely smiled when I asked him during an interview the other day whether his recent decision to sell 100,000 shares of AOL ...
SunSentinel · 17y
Update 2 p.m. Pacific: AOL stock closed up 43 percent for the day. News hit the wires this morning that AOL plans to sell 800 of its 1,100 patents to Microsoft for $1 billion in cash, money CEO Tim Armstrong says will be used to repay AOL shareholders.
when the stock shed another 30 cents, or 1.4 percent. “You could argue that the market reaction is a result of dilution related to the deal but also concerns about possible integration hurdles and future uses of cash.” With the AOL spending spree ...
AOL’s stock was trading at $50.26, which is above the $50 a share that Verizon has agreed to pay for the company that coined the term “you’ve got mail” during the dial-up era, only to struggle to keep pace with newer, nimbler digital players.
Variety · 3y