With magazines being so well-received into the tablet world, AOL is jumping on the bandwagon with Editions, a free daily “magazine” that pulls content from a variety of sources. Sources, topics, and style are tweaked by each reader so they can have a more personalized experience. Readers can pick from 16 different topics such as [...]
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The move is the latest in the Time Warner unit’s strategy to catch up to Yahoo! and Google in the internet advertising business. Bloomberg (Mar. 3, 2008)
The WSJ printed the complete text of the memo, which covered the big themes of Wednesday’s investor conference call: cost controls, splitting AOL’s businesses and a review of cable TV holdings. The Wall Street Journal (Feb. 8, 2008) Paid subscription may be required.