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Media pioneer Levinsohn takes key role with male-focused media network, founded by longtime business partner Scout CEO James Heckman and Pilot Group. NEW YORK, July 31, 2014 /PRNewswire/
Yahoo has chosen a former Google executive to take over as CEO, passing over Ross Levinsohn who had been acting as interim CEO and had made initial moves to bring peace between the Facebook and Yahoo houses.
Facebook and Yahoo have decided that they’re better when they’re together, putting an end to their courtroom battles.
US Internet pioneer Yahoo, which has been struggling with cash flow and market relevance, has agreed to sell its stake in China’s top e-commerce player, Alibaba, for at least $7.1 billion, the two companies announced this weekend.
Yahoo CEO Scott Thompson has decided to leave the company in the wake of all the controversy surrounding his resume. Effective immediately, Ross Levinsohn will take over as interim CEO while the company looks for a new CEO to run the endangered Internet company.
News Corp. chairman Rupert Murdoch announced on Wednesday that former AOL chief Jonathan Miller will be chairman and chief executive of the companyâ€™s newly created Digital Media Group.
Velocity Interactive Group, a leading investment firm focusing on digital media and communications, announced today that Mickie Rosen has joined the company as an investment partner focusing on video, music, social media, publishing, games and online advertising.
FatTail Inc., an innovator in online advertising optimization software, today announced that it has closed its Series A financing. The $3M round was led by Velocity Interactive Group, whose partners include former AOL Chief Executive Jonathan F.
By Kenneth Li NEW YORK (Reuters) - Twentieth Cent
By Kenneth Li NEW YORK (Reuters) - Twentieth Century Fox will start to sell movies including "X-Men: The Last Stand" and TV shows like "24" from Web sites owned by parent News Corp. in the company's first step in the online movie market.
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