Everybody's favorite spinoff is still serving America online. Formerly a subsidiary of Time Warner, AOL was spun off to shareholders at the tail end of 2009. The Web portal serves users with an array of content and communication tools, including sites for news (TheHuffingtonPost.com), maps (MapQuest), instant messaging (AIM), entertainment (Moviephone), and technology (Engadget and TechCrunch). AOL earns revenues through advertising (AOL Advertising) and subscription sales. It sells ads on third-party sites through its Third Party Network. Search services are provided...
AOL consumers were shopping, chatting, getting news and information and playing multi-user games online at the dawn of the internet. We were the cornerstone of social media long before anyone knew what a social network was – or could be. We were a small but passionate group of employees with a vision for the future – a start-up before “start-up” became part of the daily vernacular.
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