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AOL acquires cell phone ad firm May 15, 2007 Time Warner company announces acquisition of Third Screen Media, considered a pioneer in the realm of mobile-device ad serving.
AOL may drop member fees July 6, 2006 May ax charges for services like having an AOL.com e-mail account, to entice customers to keep using the offerings.
AOL: You've got free e-mail August 2, 2006 Company is looking to transform itself into a Yahoo-style media portal but still relies on ISP revenue. Can it solve the puzzle?
Adelphia sale nears completion July 13, 2006 Federal Communications Commission is expected to approve sale of assets to Comcast and Time Warner Cable.
MapQuest goes mobile April 3, 2006 Location services to let mobile users get global positioning, maps, navigation directions.
Parsons faces major test in unifying AOL April 3, 2002 special report The CEO-elect will inherit an unpredictable ensemble of executives next month when he takes the reins of the world's largest media company from outgoing chief Gerald Levin.
What Bebo means to AOL March 13, 2008 Despite its size and former prestige, AOL has been an afterthought in the Web 2.0 world. Will Bebo really make a difference?
AOL acquires Lightningcast May 18, 2006 Online-advertising company specializes in streaming video and audio placement, ad campaign management.
AOL buys ad firm Tacoda July 24, 2007 Time Warner's Net unit adds a behavioral targeting firm to its advertising arsenal.
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