In an open letter to Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer, the investment management firm Starboard makes its case for the oft-rumored pair-up.
Who needs the World Cup, when you can enjoy the seething anticipation of a video game in which Kim Kardashian comes to your rescue?
Starboard Value blasts away at AOL as the hedge fund prepares for a proxy battle to replace three AOL board members.
The company says that Starboard is "misleading" investors and acting in a way that is not in the best interests of the online firm.
Also honored: research into the beer-goggle effect, walking on lunar water, and the probability of cows lying down.
After a year of activist investors and departures, Tim Armstrong has turned AOL into a well-tuned machine.
Tim Armstrong says AOL will continue to invest in content, and he sees the possibility for a comeback of the portal concept.
Microsoft opens up its wallet to get 800 patents and patent applications, and it also will get a non-exclusive license for the patent portfolio that AOL retains.
AOL strikes a deal with Microsoft to sell and license hundreds of patents. The move gives AOL a nice injection of cash -- but now what, Tim Armstrong?
AOL is said to have hired Evercore Partners to help it shop around its patent portfolio in hopes of making up for declining dial-up revenues.