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AOL decided to sell to Verizon in order to compete in a future marketplace dominated by larger players, CEO Tim Armstrong tells CNBC.
Telecom giant Verizon announced Tuesday it will be buying AOL for $50 per share, or about $4.4 billion.
We are going to do a lot of meaningful things, says Tim Armstrong, AOL CEO, discusses details of Verizon buying AOL for $4.4 billion.
AOL will become a wholly owned Verizon subsidiary, reports "Squawk Box's" Andrew Ross Sorkin with the latest detail on the deal.
Tequila fans might be fond of an occasional tasting flight—but now one company is offering something a little different for high-flyers.
Janet Lewis, head of industrials research, Asia at Macquarie, explains why weakness in China's auto sales last month will likely be short-lived.
Beware of the driverless cars? Richard Rawlings, "Fast 'N Loud" author, shares his take on the autonomous technology.
All-day breakfast expansion, new and cheaper sandwiches and more: here are the upcoming McDonald's changes.
Jarrod Moses, United Entertainment Group, and Brian Wieser, Pivotal Research Group, discuss the staying power of upfront announcements.
A new fashion line of "invisible" clothing could become most popular with celebrities hoping to dodge the paparazzi, reports CBS Los Angeles.
After a year when the overwhelming majority of travel-related stocks flew higher, one set of travel stocks is lagging.
'We believe this has been a big reason for McDonald's woes," wrote RBC analysts in a new report.
Airbnb's Brian Chesky explains what measures the company is taking to protect hosts' homes.
A new report reveals the state of air travel in America, with CNBC's Phil LeBeau.
Private jet company Wheel's Up CEO Kenny Dichter discusses this weekend's Player's Championship, and when the company might go public.
Gerald Storch, Hudson's Bay Company CEO, shares his thoughts on Macy's plans to enter the value price market, and the currency hit to luxury retailers.
Gerald Storch, Hudson's Bay Company CEO, weighs in on the outlook for retail in the second half of the year. And Storch shares his off-price retail play.
Television viewing has plummeted 9 percent so far this season compared with the previous season, the NYT reports.
In a move to keep its most iconic car fresh, Ford is introducing two new packages for its Mustang today, USAT reports.
Brian Chesky, CEO & co-founder of Airbnb, discusses fostering the entrepreneurial spirit, and the road to 1.2 million homes on its websites. Airbnb found the company brought $1.15 billion to New York City in 2014.