TechCrunch Disrupt Conference, Tim Armstrong and Marni Walden
“Fitting Yahoo into Verizon with Tim Armstrong (AOL) and Marni Walden (Verizon)” was a presentation at the TechCrunch Disrupt San Francisco 2016 Conference.
Tim Armstrong, the chief of AOL, and his boss Marni Walden were interviewed about Verizon’s plans, announced in July 2016, to buy Yahoo’s core internet business and how Yahoo would fit into Verizon. They were leading the acquisition team. Verizon acquired AOL in 2015.
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Tim Armstrong Chair and CEO AOL
Anthony Ha Senior Writer TechCrunch
Marni M. Walden Executive Vice President and President Verizon Communications->Product Innovation and New Businesses
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