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AOL.com rejiggers site with video front and center

The foundation is AOL's network of video partnerships with the likes of ESPN and Vogue and its focus on becoming a video-ad powerhouse.

By April 15, 2014

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AOL releases 16 original shows, Nielsen to do the ratings

The gap between TV and digital video programming is narrowing, as AOL becomes the first Web client to receive Nielsen's audience measurement ratings for its original series.

By April 29, 2014

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Score one for AOL, winning online rights to ESPN clips

A syndication deal puts ESPN content -- such as SportsCenter clips and game highlights -- on AOL and associated sites. ESPN is selling ads and sharing the revenue.

By October 9, 2013

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AOL profit rises thanks to boost in ad revenue

First-quarter earnings climbed by 23 percent to $25.9 million due to a 9 percent increase in advertising revenue.

By May 8, 2013

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Could this yellow blinking eye be Zuckerberg's first Web site?

It is alleged that the Facebook CEO's first Web site still exists out there. Yes, on the Web. What might it tell us about the man himself? Or the boy? Or his AOL address?

By April 3, 2013

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Fuzzy blue monster welcomes you to new AOL.com

The redesigned homepage hasn't shifted around any of its content--just offers a selection of themes involving its new, much-hyped logo.

By December 10, 2009

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Top domains and passwords compromised by Yahoo breach

A more complete list of the domains hit and commonly used passwords as compiled by CNET's Declan McCullagh.

By July 12, 2012

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Hackers reveal over 400,000 Yahoo passwords

Over 400,000 passwords from the Yahoo Voice domain have been compromised in an attack.

By July 12, 2012

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AOL reorganizes, creates three new groups

Company says that the move is designed to drive growth and profitability and that the three groups will be under the leadership of new COO Artie Minson Jr.

By June 29, 2012

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WSJ: Google tricked Apple's Safari in order to track users

The Wall Street Journal reports that Google used special code to sidestep the privacy settings in the browser and track Web users. Google says the Journal's got it wrong.

By February 17, 2012