Arianna Huffington has taken control of AOL content, and former leader David Eun is out.
As it turns out, advertisers won't pay much for space next to endless videos of cats. In a new campaign, YouTube is rumored to be seeking out celebrities for a new channel it hopes will pull down some serious ad dollars.
On Tuesday night's "Colbert Report" Stephen Colbert takes The Huffington Post to task for its re-posting ways with new satirical website, "The Colbuffington Re-Post."
Google asks users to help combat content farms, which are beginning to saturate search results, with a new Chrome extension
Fresh off buying the Huffington Post, AOL CEO Tim Armstrong has doubled his investment in the company to about $20 million.
Yahoo could use next week's Mobile World Congress as a podium to announce customized Web content for mobile devices.
Is it a "merger of visions?" AOL is be buying the news, politics, and lifestyle Huffington Post Web site for a whopping $315 million
AOL plans to combat falling ad revenue with a comprehensive system for generating thousands of search-engine-optimized articles every week, but some see it as the blueprint for a content farm.
Can AOL compete with Dave, Jay, and Conan...with Kevin Smith, Kevin Pollack, and Adam Corolla?
AOL might be struggling, but it's still adding content partners, inking new deals this week for real estate, sports, and health content.
AOL is looking for new blood, and where better to advertise than Silicon Valley?
Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen has revised his epic lawsuit against everyone with more specifics, though he still declines to discuss the suit.
AOL is on a buying spree. The company has purchased about.me, a site that lets users create a single splash page profile for themselves.
Six months after shaking loose from AOL, social networking site Bebo has brought back founder Michael Birch as a strategic advisor.
Oh, the drama: AOL is reportedly planning a complicated breakup that may shake out as a merger with Yahoo.