It was another rough week for Tim Armstrong and AOL Inc.’s HR department.
AOL Inc. Chief Executive Officer Tim Armstrong is on a long list of corporate bosses who put their trust in an apology to contain fallout from an embarrassing public statement.
AOL Inc., still struggling to resurrect its brand in the eyes of Internet users, is having no trouble appealing to investors.
AOL Inc., the owner of the Huffington Post and TechCrunch, said Chief Executive Officer Tim Armstrong was paid $6.48 million last year, a 46 percent decline from 2012, when he was awarded larger stock options.
"I think CrunchBase could be a very big company on its own."
- Tim Armstrong on Oct 20, 2014
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