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Tumblr was once worth more than $1 billion, but the site has faded in popularity and Verizon is shopping it around.
Former AOL CEO Tim Armstrong wrote a weird memo announcing his startup’s spirit animal, and picking the wolf because it’s ‘flow̵...
"We are building a Flow State culture" is why Tim Armstrong's new ecommerce startup likens itself to the wolf.
Taking someone else’s startup idea and making it better might sound like cheating — but it’s exactly how the most successful founder...
AOL achieved tremendous success by picking up where other internet startups had left off, writes former AOL exec Jean Case in "Be Fearless."
‘Y’ is for Verizon? Oath is rebranding as Verizon Media Group, but the company appears to have flubbed the announcement
Twitter users were confused by the "Y" at the top of the statement, which many assume to be the company's new logo.
AOL founder Steve Case is making a bold bet on companies from the Midwest — and he says it’s a lot like the early bet he made on the inter...
With his $150 million "Rise of the Rest" fund, AOL founder Steve Case hopes to spur innovation in the Midwest.
Announcing IGNITION 2018 speakers: Don’t miss Mark Cuban, Sir Martin Sorrell, Danica Patrick, Troy Carter, and more!
Prepare for the year ahead with insights from today’s brightest minds. This year's IGNITION lineup is packed with top executives from some of the hottest tech startups and innovative corporate enterprises.
Billionaire AOL cofounder Steve Case says he waited 10 years for the moment he realized his company was a success
AOL founding CEO Steve Case said that when America Online went public, "no one cared." It took a decade of pushing against skeptics, he said, before he knew he had built something impactful.
‘We believe we will prove them wrong’: Billionaire AOL founder Steve Case says skepticism around his ‘Rise of the Rest’ projec...
Steve Case helped usher in the first wave of internet companies with AOL, and is now trying to get ahead of "the third wave," but through an ambitious investment project across the United States.
Billionaire investor Steve Case says the failure of the 2000 AOL Time Warner mega merger taught him a crucial lesson about execution
AOL's founding CEO Steve Case said that the ultimate failure of the $165 billion AOL Time Warner merger in 2000 taught him that "vision without execution is hallucination." It's a lesson he's mindful of as the CEO of his investment firm, Revolution.
Billionaire investor Steve Case said a book he read in 1980 set him on the path to founding AOL, and it still influences him today
In his early 20s, Steve Case read futurist Alvin Toffler's "The Third Wave," convincing him that the world was on the brink of a digital revolution. It convinced him to help make that a reality, which he would do as the founding CEO of AOL.