AOL co-founder and Revolution CEO Steve Case talks about his new book, “The Third Wave,” and explains how big banks will be affected by this next wave of innovation.
Verizon pronounced its commitment to growing its media business and becoming a content network through the AOL/go90s NewFront presentation.
Jared Leto, Academy Award-winning actor, talks about his tech investments, band, "Thirty Seconds to Mars," and digital series for AOL.
Tim Armstrong, AOL chairman & CEO and Fred Wilson, Union Square Ventures founder, share their thoughts on Yahoo's future. And Wilson explains why anyone who buys Yahoo is getting a real gem in Tumblr.
Fred Wilson, Union Square Ventures founder, shares his thoughts on tech company IPOs. Having companies go public explodes ecosystems around them, says Tim Armstrong, AOL chairman & CEO. And Wilson provides his outlook on Apple. The future of technology is in the cloud, says Wilson.
Fred Wilson, Union Square Ventures founder, and AOL CEO Tim Armstrong, talk about lobbying for more tech-friendly policies in New York City. Also Wilson weighs in on why it makes sense to have rules about what Uber can do.
Bryn Mooser, RYOT co-founder, and Tim Armstrong, AOL chairman & CEO, talk about AOL's acquisition of virtual reality company RYOT and discuss its initiative to link content to action. VR is the number one thing being discussed at the advertising upfronts, says Armstrong.
"Sometimes you get lucky. Sometimes there's an overnight success. Usually it's a slog over many years," says the co-founder of AOL.
The co-founder and former CEO of AOL knows a thing or two about changing the world and convincing people about big ideas.
Yahoo's first quarter numbers were "atrocious" but it is making good progress on its sale process, says Axiom Capital's internet media MP, Victor Anthony.