6:22PM | Monday, 4 June 2012 | Many entrepreneurs plan or even launch their next venture before they leave their old job. However, non-disclosure agreements and workplace codes of conduct can make moonlighting legally risky. BY MICHELLE HAMMOND.
5:21PM | Friday, 25 May 2012 | Entrepreneurs are being urged to be wary of using employers’ time and resources to pursue other business interests, after a young entrepreneur spent two months living at AOL before being detected.
3:02AM | Monday, 19 March 2012 | In its bid to revamp its image from struggling internet portal to dynamic tech business, AOL has a new division that invests in start-ups. Here’s how it works (and what they are looking for).
9:32PM | Wednesday, 7 September 2011 | The founder of popular tech site TechCrunch has called on its owner AOL to either give it back its “editorial independence” or sell it to its original shareholders.
3:12AM | Friday, 11 March 2011 | Internet portal AOL has slashed 900 jobs, nearly 20% of its 5,000-strong workforce. The move is part of a restructure following AOL’s recent purchase of The Huffington Post for $US315 million.
2:26AM | Friday, 11 February 2011 | NMA explains the AOL-Huffington Post deal as only it can, revealing that AOL’s goal for 2011 is to ‘make it 1997 again through science or magic.’
2:08AM | Tuesday, 8 February 2011 | Struggling online giant AOL has purchased news and opinion portal the Huffington Post for $US315 million.
11:04AM | Tuesday, 9 November 2010 | AOL and Yahoo are reportedly in talks to form a partnership that would challenge the market dominance of Google.