Tim Armstrong

The telecom giant's media and advertising leader is set to exit that job at the end of September.
First of all, there are only two names that matter right now. One you know, and one you should.
Also in this segment about careers, Wenda Harris Millard, COO of powerhouse media consultancy MediaLink, shares her enthusiasm
What could have been a crushing humiliation that put him off media entrepreneurship for life instead become a learning experience that spurred him forward. "Success and failure are two sides of the same coin," he now says, succinctly.
You can find this post on Beet.TV. What will be interesting to watch is where they go in terms of mobile ad tech where they
"Huffington Post ... will always be a cornerstone of AOL."
According to Armstrong, one benefit of the deal announced Tuesday morning will be that, thanks to AOL’s push to make its
AOL has shifted to a "Content 365" strategy, launching new shows all year long. This year's video programming ranges from sharable short form content, to long-form programming (shows) - available on all screens from smartphones and tablets, to desktop, TV and over-the-top (OTT).
Armstrong is celebrating six years at the helm of AOL this month. That followed positions including running Google's Americas
Gino DePinto, AOL BUILD Former Chairman and CEO of Onyx Pharmaceuticals Dr. Tony Coles shared his business philosophy and
"The internet gives us the opportunity to redefine the video experience," Wojcicki said. Last year, YouTube shifted from
"The leadership team and I listened to your feedback over the last week. We heard you on this topic. And as we discussed
In a letter to employees, AOL CEO Tim Armstrong reversed the company’s recent decision to change some 401(k) benefits. Read
It should have been a glorious week for AOL chief executive Tim Armstrong. His company’s quarterly earnings, announced Thursday
A survey last year by the International Federation of Employee Benefit Plans revealed that as the Affordable Care Act goes