The activist hedge fund grabbing headlines recently for its engagement with Olive Garden took a “significant” stake in Yahoo and sent a letter to CEO Marissa Mayer encouraging her to consider a possible merger with AOL.
From SNL to his new movie, The Skeleton Twins, he’s learned a lot along the way.
“I’m living my dream life, so now I need to make more plans. Or just die, which sounds dramatic and cool.”
If you get a chills when watching this - you totally get it.
It will either make you feel really old or really young.
We asked the folks at Nerdist.com to share theirs. How do yours compare?
Kurt Loder explains how America Online works.
Apple makes nearly half a million dollars for each of its 80,300 employees, by far the most of any company on the list.
Have no fear, Someecards has the perfect Valentine’s Day card for that weird ’90s kid in your life.
Um, I don’t think this romantic union loaded properly.
The troubled local news service will find a new home with a private equity firm. The company said it would “partner” with Hale Global to do so.
BCC saves lives. Or at least your sanity.
The new leadership at AOL.com is planning a changes to its programming strategy and existing staff. One source said as many as 20 people have been laid off in what is being described as “starting from scratch.”
Blockbuster plans to close its remaining 300 U.S. stores, leading many to joke that they didn’t realize it still had stores in the first place. But it takes a lot to kill off a company. Just take a look at these stats from businesses presumed to be dead already.
Chances are, you haven’t logged into your AOL account since you were seen sporting a monogrammed backpack and Sketchers. Cattie572 is back in action.
“Now you don’t have to wait!” Except…you do.
That’s what Citigroup says in a new report today. Facebook is way outpacing Google, Yahoo and LinkedIn, according to these charts.
You were 12 years old, and you totally regret it now… or not.
The hammer has started to come down on Patch, AOL’s network of hyperlocal news outlets. CEO Tim Armstrong promised cuts, and now they’ve arrived.
Mark Josephson, senior vice president of marketing and revenue, has resigned, sources told BuzzFeed. Patch, even to this day, is still finding its feet.
Smartphone maker BlackBerry has lost about $3 billion in market value during Thorsten Heins’ less than two years as CEO. Has anyone fared worse in attempting a turnaround?
Come on, you stupid 56k modem! Go faster! I gotta see who’s online!
Bonus points for superfluous underscores.
Awkward baby photos from the World Wide Web.
A hacker has accessed several accounts belonging to the political dynasty and given candid photos to The Smoking Gun. The most revealing pics show off the self-portraits of amateur painter and avid bather George W. Bush.
“I can even send e-mail on the Internet.”
The quiet terror of Dark Search.
Your Away Message, or my new favorite Twitter account, brings back all the painful memories of the times you had to leave your computer growing up. And it is spot on.
Instagram was not the only technology thing bought for a beelleeon or so dollars today!