MapQuest, Chat Rooms, Encarta: Reddit Users Remember the 'Ancient' Internet
If you printed out directions or waited for your internet to connect through a phone line, you were not alone.
AOL Mail Not Working Tuesday
Users are reporting that they are unable to access their AOL accounts Tuesday.
Should Trump's Tweets Be Preserved for Posterity?
The demise of AIM raises an important question: How will the president's tweets be saved if Twitter suffers the same fate?
'Hillbilly Elegy' Author J.D. Vance to Fund Startups
The author has joined the investment firm Revolution's Rise of the Rest initiative to fund entrepreneurs in neglected areas.
Quora Question: How Strategically Valuable Is Yahoo?
Yahoo's audience is largely made up of people who mostly don't understand that better options are out there, an analyst writes.
Verizon to Buy Yahoo in $5B Deal, Source Says
If the deal is completed, Verizon will add Yahoo just months after striking an agreement to purchase AOL.
Warren Buffett Leading Group Making Bid for Yahoo
Verizon, which closed a deal last year to buy AOL, has been seen as the favorite to acquire Yahoo's assets.
15 Streaming Shows to Look Out for This Fall
A roundup of original shows coming this fall from Netflix, Hulu, Amazon, AOL and Crackle.
Verizon-AOL Deal Aims to Turn Phones Into TVs By Late Summer
Millennials' changing habits a key driver of $4.4 billion deal.
Who Wants to Buy HuffPo? German Media Company Axel Springer Reportedly in Talks
Axel Springer is the "most serious" candidate to buy The Huffington Post, Re/code reports.
Verizon to Buy AOL in $4.4 Billion Deal
The deal gives the biggest U.S. wireless carrier access to AOL's successful digital advertising service and content, including the Huffington Post news website.
AOL CEO Found and Destroyed Panic Button at His Desk
When Tim Armstrong first joined AOL, he pressed a mysterious button that sent security running.
Inside Laura Jane Grace's 'True Trans' AOL Series
It's been a wild ride since the Against Me! singer came out as transgender in 2012.
There's Nothing Distressed About Tim Armstrong's Pay
The cost-cutting at AOL doesn't seem to apply to its gaffe-prone chief executive officer