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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.
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.”
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.
“Put that camera down. You’re fired.” Updated with a link to the conference call audio and link to Armstrong’s apology.
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?