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.
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 …
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 …
It could be an off coincidence or some kind of weird trading karma, but AOL stock has fallen $315 million in value over ... on Business Insider last week], we’re looking at a second Time Warner moment for AOL — the company does not have …
This morning at TechCrunch Disrupt, president and editor-in-chief of The Huffington Post Media Group, Arianna Huffington, in a “Fireside Chat” made an interesting and possibly illegal statement concerning the stock of AOL. According to a …
AOL Inc. (NYSE: AOL), on Wednesday, said that it has agreed to acquire video advertising platform Adap.tv Inc, for $405 million, in its biggest acquisition in recent years. Tim Armstrong, AOL's CEO, said that the purchase would help the …
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After the split, America Online will have about 2.2 billion shares outstanding. AOL shares rose $2.875 to $122.375 on the New York Stock Exchange. The news was released after the 4 p.m. close of trading, and shares surged to as much as …