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Topic: Tim Armstrong

AOL Loses Ad Tech Head Ned Brody in Portal Tug of War

Exec reportedly being courted by Yahoo

AOL has lost the leader of its business’s biggest bright spot. The company confirmed on Thursday that Ned Brody, who ran AOL’s ad tech arm AOL Networks, has resigned. All…

Susan Lyne Becomes CEO of AOL's Brand Group

COO Artie Minson stays with company for 'transition period'

AOL board member and Gilt vice chairman Susan Lyne has been appointed CEO of AOL's brand group, the company said this morning.  As head of AOL's brand group, Lyne will be…

AOL Eschews Banners, Leans Into Native

Armstrong pushing marketing solutions to avoid commoditization

A few months ago, Federated Media announced it was shuttering its direct ad sales practice and essentially pushing banner-selling into the realm of machines to focus on native advertising. The…

AOL Exhibits Solid Q4 Growth

Still, display sales for core properties remain a weak spot

AOL’s revenue increased for the first time since the second Bush administration. Its global ad business jumped 13 percent in Q4 to $410.6 million. The company’s AOL Networks division, which…

AOL Rebrands Its Advertising.com Group

Move follows new revenue reporting structure

AOL’s Advertising.com Group has had a name problem since it was born in May 2011: people confused the overall umbrella business with its namesake display network. This is something George Foreman’s…

AOL CMO Exits, Won't be Replaced

Departure caps off a topsy turvy 2012 for AOL senior staffing

AOL CMO and head of communications Jolie Hunt is leaving the company after only five months, the latest move in what has been a peculiar second half of the year…

AOL's Stacked—Is That a Problem?

Portal's ad network is up while display is down

AOL’s ad business is on the upswing. But is the company’s dedication to ad tech, along with its rebounding ad network division, hurting its direct sales efforts? The company’s global ad revenue…

Tim Armstrong's Nike Envy

AOL CEO talks shoes, tech, and better debate coverage

AOL CEO Tim Armstrong wishes his company's technology was as good as Nike's. "I think they have a better integration of their Web platform and their mobile platform than most of…

AOL's Tim Armstrong Talks Ads, Patch, and HuffPost Live

As Web evolves, CEO says audiences will gather around trusted brands

Hot off some news about its advertising platform, Project Devil, AOL's CEO Tim Armstrong kicked off Advertising Week at OMMA Global's conference. Trying to cover a lot of ground in…

Overdosing on HuffPost Live

Streaming network innovates, though lacks gravitas

On Monday, at 10 a.m. EST, a stopwatch timer finally ticked to zero and Arianna Huffington's trademarked accent broke the silence from a burgundy-colored leather couch to launch a next-level…

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