HuffPost founder moves on to a new startup.
“We have to be structured for the future. I think a lot of companies are re-looking at how things are. Are silos the way to do it? Are specialties the way to do it? Maybe, maybe not. But now is the time to look at structure to be poised to go into the future.”
AOL Inc., owner of several media and advertising properties including The Huffington Post Canada, will be sold to U.S. telecom
A lot of people equate content marketing with great storytelling, says AOL Canada's Brad Cressman. "If you are going to tell
Canadians will have access to 16 new TV shows this year from a new source: AOL. The U.S.-based tech company unveiled the
Google retains its ranking as the best place to work in Canada in a survey from research and consulting group Great Places
AOL announced Wednesday a major overhaul of its advertising business with the launch of One by AOL, an ad platform that will
Welcome to the 21 Century, Toronto — sort of. Riders on the country’s busiest subway system can now use free, ad-supported
It may not be the ultimate cure for western alienation, but The Huffington Post Canada took a big step in recognizing the
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