Big Data investing guru Paul Hickey of Bespoke Investment Group shared his investment outlook.
Mariann Montagne, Gradient Investments, explains why her firm likes Verizon. Kevin Smithen, Macquarie Securities, explains what Verizon's plans with AOL are, and potential mobile ad competition with the already established players.
How AOL has changed since its 1992 IPO.
The Verizon/AOL deal may force another legacy company from the early days of the Internet to act.
Peter Kafka, Re/code, and Frank Louthan, Raymond James, discuss reasons for Verizon's purchase of AOL.
Eric Jackson, Ironfire Capital founder, says Tim Armstrong has been a great shareholder, commenting on the CEO's tenure at AOL. Also Jackson shares his thoughts on Marissa Mayer's leadership.
CNBC's Jim Cramer explains why the Verizon/AOL merger will benefit both parties.
U.S. stock index futures pointed to a sharply lower Wall Street open on Tuesday, as global stocks declined on the back of a sharp fall in bond prices.
Telecom giant Verizon announced Tuesday it will be buying AOL for $50 per share, or about $4.4 billion.
CNBC's Jim Cramer explains why the merger deal between Verizon and AOL will benefit both parties.
AOL decided to sell to Verizon in order to compete in a future marketplace dominated by larger players, CEO Tim Armstrong tells CNBC.
Craig Moffett, Moffett-Nathanson analyst, discusses the benefit Verizon is getting from buying AOL.
Verizon is buying AOL for a 17% premium, blending the wireless carrier's technology with AOL's digital content and advertising.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Tim Armstrong, AOL CEO, discusses AOL's content strategy with Verizon. Also Armstrong weighs in on why there was interest from other companies in acquiring AOL.
Tim Armstrong, AOL CEO, discusses the future of mobile advertising, and how the deal between Verizon and AOL came about.
Tim Armstrong, AOL CEO, discusses the synergies between AOL and Verizon.
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.
Verizon's $4.4 billion deal to acquire AOL is the latest entry in the 25-year history of a company that changed the way people access the Internet.
AOL will become a wholly owned Verizon subsidiary, reports "Squawk Box's" Andrew Ross Sorkin with the latest detail on the deal.