AOL says its video app, with originals and movies, will be on Google's new Internet-TV platform.
AOL tapped Dermot McCormack to take the steering wheel of its revving video engine. His outlook: The company becomes the Internet's ad-based TV behemoth.
In an open letter to Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer, the investment management firm Starboard makes its case for the oft-rumored pair-up.
HBO's plans to bring its programming to Internet users via a Netflix-style streaming service may cost as much as bundling it with a cable package, according to a report.
Speculation of a merger between the two once-mighty companies rises again, but Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer reportedly still harbors doubts.
Apple adds video from AOL brands like Huffington Post and partners like ESPN, with longer original series and movies from Miramax in the pipeline -- all free, with ads.
Speaking at her company's investor conference call this week, Marissa Mayer will discuss her strategy for overcoming Yahoo's challenges.
CEO Tim Armstrong announces the reversal of a recent policy to reduce the number of times AOL makes matching contributions to 401(k) plans.
The tech giant snaps up another advertising-focused company -- this one helps brands and agencies figure out which ads most likely lead to customer purchases.