Tag: AOL

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Can Verizon Unlock Yahoo’s ‘Hidden Value’?

Can Verizon Unlock Yahoo’s ‘Hidden Value’? Yahoo, the online pioneer that defined how people searched the web, read digital content and sent email, is being sold to Verizon for $4.8 billion in cash, closing a chapter on one of Silicon […]

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Yahoo Joins AOL On Verizon’s List Of Internet Antiquities

Yahoo Joins AOL On Verizon’s List Of Internet Antiquities by Adam Putz, PitchBook At last, the other suitors have left the party and Verizon (NYSE, NASDAQ: VZ) and Yahoo (NASDAQ: YHOO) have entered into an agreement under which Verizon will […]

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“Spam King” Sentenced To 30 Months For Facebook Spam

Sanford Wallace has been using spam to harass people on the early days of Internet. He could have bothered you at and any time over 20 odd years as he’s possibly been sending spam before you started using the Internet. […]

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Why Your Business Really Is Only As Valuable As Your Customers

Why Your Business Really Is Only As Valuable As Your Customers by [email protected] Many businesses will say that their customers are their most valuable assets, but few understand how true that is — or how accurately a measurement of customer-based value can price […]

AOL To Acquire Millennial Media For $250 Million

AOL To Acquire Millennial Media For $250 Million

AOL, a subsidiary of Verizon Communications announced its agreement to acquire Millennial Media for $1.75 per share or nearly $250 million. The acquisition price represents a 31% premium to its closing price of $1.34 per share on Wednesday. Millennium Media […]