15 December 2017, 10:01
Current and past users were warned of the shutdown in October.
30 June 2015, 10:06
Microsoft's CEO said the company is focussing upon its strengths.
12 May 2015, 14:41
Gains 2.1 million dial-up subscribers and sites such as Engadget and TechCrunch.
22 December 2013, 18:00
Llama dodges firing squad. "Something is obviously happening," Tweets developer.
21 November 2013, 09:45
AOL will shut it down on 20th December. No more updates or downloads.
26 August 2013, 10:15
Company says only about 1,000 customers still use 'narrowband'.
24 April 2012, 10:38
Bolstering Facebook patent safety net before IPO.
9 April 2012, 18:02
For over £630 million.
6 September 2011, 12:57
The founder of the recently acquired site is accused of conflicts of interest.
10 March 2011, 11:20
But layoffs not as bad as expected.
7 February 2011, 11:33
The Internet giant’s transformation into a journalism production-line takes its biggest step.
6 December 2010, 09:33
The two internet dinosaurs may need to combine if they’re to survive the next decade.
15 November 2010, 09:58
'Project Phoenix' is part of AOL's reinvention.
14 October 2010, 17:43
The WSJ reports on an AOL/private equity cunning plan, prompting a flurry of speculation.
18 June 2010, 10:56
The Internet giant is selling-off the mobile networking site for a tiny fraction of what it paid for it.
7 April 2010, 12:21
The social networking site is one of many losing out to Facebook and Twitter, and AOL is short on cash.
11 December 2009, 08:54
A recent study by ad network Chitika says that despite Google's massive traffic, Bing users click more on search based ads.
10 December 2009, 15:30
Disastrous dotcom merger undone as AOL and Time Warner both vow to refocus on core strengths.
26 October 2009, 14:36
AOL Names Christian Peck as Head of European Advertising Products and Operations
28 May 2009, 15:42
Reversal of the merger in 2000 of the two companies as they attempt to draw a line under the failure.
19 December 2008, 12:35
Online shopping data released AOL and PriceGrabber reveals LCD TVs and mini-notebooks are the most searched for items.