12 hrs ago
Food delivery startup OrderUp to hire 40 after $7 million Series A
Baltimore food delivery app OrderUp plans to nearly double its staff to support a marketing push and operations in new locations.
16 hrs ago
The Huffington Post Crowdsources New Reporter's Salary
The Huffington Post today announced that it had chosen Mariah Stewart, a journalist based in St. Louis, as its inaugural "Ferguson Fellow" to investigate the August 9 killing of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo.
20 hrs ago
When AOL Was GayOL
In the first part of my history of early online LGBTQ spaces, I focused on the newsgroup soc.motss and the singular group of people it drew together.
21 hrs ago
SOA World Magazine
@ThingsExpo | The Internet Of Things' Biggest Potential Problem
For many of us old enough to remember, the early days of life online had little to do with the internet.
Wed Aug 20, 2014
Insider Selling: Matthew B. Kelpy Sells 5,475 Shares of AOL Stock
AOL Insider Matthew B. Kelpy sold 5,475 shares of the company's stock on the open market in a transaction that occurred on Tuesday, August 19th.
StudioNow raises $5 million, plans San Francisco and New York offices
StudioNow, a Nashville-based video creation marketplace formed in 2007, is opening two new offices following a $5 million Series B fundraising round.
Tue Aug 19, 2014
Meet The Latest Uber For Home Delivery: Uber
I've been covering the business of news, information and entertainment in one form or another for more than 10 years.
The Key Takeaways From AOL's Q2 Earnings
The New York-based multinational mass media company AOL Inc. reported its second-quarter earnings on August 6, posting total revenue of $606.8 million, and beat Street estimates of $595 million.
Dial-up is not dead: AOL reveals some surprising numbers
Tim Armstrong, CEO of AOL Inc., center, talks with attendees before speaking at the Society of American Business Editors and Writers 2013 Spring Conference in D.C. on April 4. About 20 years ago, the AOL startup disc was as ubiquitous as McDonald's locations.
Mon Aug 18, 2014
AOL just became the first tenant to move in to former Filene's site
AOL officially became the first tenant to move in to the renovated Burnham Building in Boston's Downtown Crossing this morning.
Fri Aug 15, 2014
Silicon Alley Insider
Intellectual Property Company Vringo Is Getting Wiped Out After...
Shares of Vringo were down more than 70% to $0.90 per share on Friday after announcing that a Federal Appeals Court reversed a ruling finding that AOL and Google, among others, infringed on patents held by one of its subsidiaries.
Samsung Acquires Home Automation Company SmartThings for $200 Million
Samsung has bought SmartThings, the startup that makes smart-home controllers. While the companies did not disclose the price, sources said the South Korean consumer electronics giant paid about $200 million.
Wed Aug 13, 2014
Get the look: Katie Holmes's tousled-chic ballerina bun
This 4A's Group Uses Its Talents to Solve Real-World Problems
Specs Who Founders Monisha Tripathi , Lauren Johnson , Jessica Merrell and Jenny Hoffman , surrounded by fellow members What Community impact group Where New York, with members nationwide As intrepid young advertising professionals, the 4A's ADvocates believe they can use their talents and skills to do more than make ads.
BV Georges de Latour scores big with superstars at the Emmys
Napa Valley, the quintesential wine region of the U.S. is a must visit for any visitor of San Francisco and AOL Travel shows you how to tackle it.
WSJ Media and Advertising
CMO Today: AOL Gearing Up for Another Deal?
Here's your morning roundup of the biggest marketing, advertising and media industry news and happenings.
Wall Street Breakfast: Amazon Unveils Mobile Credit Card Reader
Economy Bank officials, trade groups and lawmakers are quietly pressing the Federal Reserve for a delay of up to seven years regarding the rule that limits their investments in private-equity and venture-capital funds.
Tue Aug 12, 2014
The Digital Dispatch: StartApp, ChoiceStream, and AddThis
AddThis announced the results of its quarterly content engagement and social sharing analysis of online behavior trends.
The Washington Post
AOL to Raise as Much as $345 Million to Help Expand Ad Business
AOL Inc., the operator of the Huffington Post and other websites, plans to raise as much as $345 million by selling convertible notes, providing funding it could use to keep expanding in the advertising market.
AOL's Digital Prophet Shingy Can't Stop Iterating Amazing Hairstyles
David "Shingy" Shing, the Digital Prophet of an empire built on people who never cancelled their AOL subscriptions , is a sought after speaker.