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AOL Video President Ran Harnevo Is Leaving the Company

Ran Harnevo, the man widely considered to be the force behind AOL's massive video growth, announced on Tuesday that he is leaving the company to go back to what he loves: "being an entrepreneur, inventing shit."

YouTube May Be Worth Up to $40 Billion—More Than Twitter

YouTube, broken out from Google’s overall business, is potentially worth more than Twitter with a valuation up to $40 billion, according to an analysis released today by Jefferies.

AOL Lead Says Connected TV ‘Is Last Disruptive Frontier for Online Video’

Ran Harnevo, president of AOL Video, is scheduled to speak at South by Southwest Interactive Tuesday morning on digital content evolution and emerging technologies.

AOL’s Ad Comeback Continues

AOL’s booming video ads business helped the company overcome some of the drag from its ongoing Patch issues in the third quarter. Overall, the company announced today a 14 percent year-over-year jump in ad revenue to $386 million in the third quarter.

AOL Seeks Reinvention as Media Company

A decade after broadband killed dial-up Internet, AOL is reinventing itself as a media company, according to The Economist.

So, Susan, What’s Your Video Plan for AOL?

So AOL has named Susan Lyne CEO of its brand group. This move is intriguing for numerous reasons. Among them are: How many CEOs can one company have? AOL already has Tim Armstrong, who is CEO of the company, and Ned Brody, who's CEO of AOL Networks.