Monday, March 16, 2009

Google's executive shifts to AOL

NEW YORK, Tim Armstrong, Google's president, advertising and commerce, North America and long time face of Google's ad business is soon going to adopt a new role of AOL’s chief executive.

Armstrong has been named the new chairman and CEO of AOL. Current chairman and CEO Randy Falco and president, COO Ron Grant are both on their way out.

This has fueled the rumors regarding the separation of AOL from the parent Time Warner Inc. The idea of an independent AOL has been supported by Google also for some time now.

AOL was almost dead...may be Tim will save it now.

Read more at Adweek article

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