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February 7, 2014
05:38 EDTAOLAOL CEO upsets employees with 'distressed babies' comment, WSJ reports
Speaking with employees during an all staff conference call to discuss cutting the company's 401 (k) plan, AOL CEO Tim Armstrong upset employees when he said that care for two staffers' "distressed babies" in 2012 cost the company about $1B each, expenses that helped drive up AOL's overall benefits costs, forcing management to make decisions to change the plan, reports the Wall Street Journal.Reference Link
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July 29, 2015
06:30 EDTAOLAOL: There are more TV ads now than ever, WSJ reports
AOL (AOL), currently owned by Verizon (VZ), said that there are more advertisements on television than ever, making it increasingly difficult for marketers to break through in an already cluttered arena, the Wall Street Journal reports. AOL said that the reported rate of TV ad impression growth is misleading, though TV networks are managing to push in more ads into half hour and hour long shows, the report says. Reference Link

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