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This Week On Bullish: The Rise Of American Ecommerce

Hello and acquire to Bullish, TechCrunch’s initial speak show. This part matters a bit some-more to me than usual, as it is a final week that we will host. After an extraordinary few years during TechCrunch, I’m changing jobs, that will make it ever so somewhat harder to come in each week and put on a show. All that aside, this week we dug into ... Read More »

Alto Mail Is AOL’s Modern Take On Email On Your Phone

Meet Alto Mail, a new mobile app to conduct your emails on iOS and Android. The app was total by AOL (TechCrunch’s primogenitor company) though supports Gmail, Outlook, Yahoo, iCloud and AOL Mail. While it shares many facilities with Google’s Inbox app, it doesn’t try to reinvent a wheel. At a core, Alto Mail stays an email app, and a ... Read More »

AOL Lays Off Another 100, Two-Thirds In Its Dial-Up/Membership Division

Six months into a merger by Verizon for $4.4 billion, AOL is doing some pleat of a workforce. TechCrunch has learned, and confirmed, that AOL has laid off around 100 employees, as it looks to discharge overlie with a new owners and decentralize some functions. “The marketplace changes and we during AOL change forward of a market,” Caroline Campbell, AOL’s ... Read More »

Ad Exec Bob Lord To Leave AOL

Bob Lord will shortly leave his purpose as boss of AOL. In an talk with The Wall Street Journal, AOL CEO Tim Armstrong pronounced he’d seen Lord as his contingent successor, though that devise was sidetracked by Verizon’s merger of a company (which owns TechCrunch) — as partial of a deal, Armstrong committed to remain on-board for several some-more years. Lord assimilated ... Read More »

Top Five Verizon Commercials

In respect of a recent joyous union, we benefaction a tip 5 Verizon commercials that we was means to find in about 10 minutes. It should be remarkable that we have never had Verizon use — mostly given they had awful general coverage for many of a decade. we also consider we pissed off their PR chairman once a prolonged time ... Read More »

CEO Tim Armstrong Says AOL Is Staying In The Content Business (And He’s Not Selling TechCrunch)

It was an engaging day during AOL. As we substantially saw, Verizon has reached an agreement to acquire AOL for $4.4 billion. There’s a ubiquitous feeling that this understanding was mostly about AOL’s ad business (Verizon’s John Stratton pronounced “the principal seductiveness was around a ad tech platform“) — so what does that meant for a websites that AOL owns, ... Read More »

AOL.com Unveils A Mobile- And Video-Centric Redesign

AOL.com is removing a new look. Unless you’re a unchanging visitor, a changes competence not seem all that dramatic, though Maureen Sullivan, President of AOL.com and a company’s lifestyle brands, told me that a site has been revamped to optimize for a mobile experience, and to put video front-and-center. In addition, a redesign reflects a new curation process, with Sullivan’s ... Read More »

Verizon Completes Its Acquisition of AOL For $4.4B

Well, that was fast: Verizon has only announced that it has completed a merger of AOL, owners of TechCrunch, purchasing all superb shares for $50 per share in money for a sum cost of $4.4 billion. The sale was creatively announced only over a month ago. As Verizon pronounced during a time of the original proclamation that it was shopping AOL, ... Read More »

Microsoft Will Power AOL Search, Transfer Some Advertising Work As It Sheds Hundreds Of Employees

Update: In an interview, Microsoft indicated that Bing now doesn’t remove money. That’s several buliding brazen of a settled open cashflow schedule.  Following a news that it will shed around 100 employees to Uber in a mapping record deal, Microsoft announced this afternoon that it will now energy AOL’s hunt property, and will dispense tools of a promotion work into ... Read More »

11 TechCrunch Stories You Don’t Want To Miss This Week

This week in tech, we got introduced to Apple Music, schooled that Microsoft and AOL will enter a partnership, and most more. These are a stories to locate we adult on this week’s news. 1. Apple Music launched, and Josh Constine gave us a initial demeanour during a service, last that it is for people who have no thought what to ... Read More »

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