More than 16 years ago, AOL bought Time Warner in a deal that is now commonly cited as the worst merger in history. Now, AT&T wants to buy Time Warner.
The jobs lost to technology won't be brought back by putting up walls — so we need to embrace the future, Steve Case, co-founder of AOL, told CNBC.
Steve Case, Revolution co-founder & chairman and AOL co-founder, speaks with CNBC's Jon Fortt about his vision of the future for the tech industry.
AOL CEO Tim Armstrong appeared Monday on CNBC's "Squawk Box" to discuss new strategies in video, online marketing, engagement and Yahoo's data breach.
AOL co-founder Steve Case finds Donald Trump's tight-borders, back-to-the-glory-days approach unsettling.
The Verizon-owned company snags its first major virtual reality advertising deal with American Family Insurance.
Tim Armstrong, chief executive of AOL, tells CNBC that Verizon is working with Yahoo to understand the scope of the data breach.
Though the number of people who own VR headsets is low, brands are betting that the immersive experience will become great for advertising.
Tim Armstrong, AOL CEO, weighs in on unification in the digital space
We are trying to build the largest brands in the world that are trusted in media, says Tim Armstrong, AOL CEO talking about AOL's advertising strategy.