Is AOL dead? Not if Tim Armstrong has anything to say about it.
The tech-cum-advertising-cum-media company reported its second-quarter earnings this morning, beating analysts' estimates and slowing a years-long decline in revenue.
Sure, "We're the least bad we've been in the last seven years" is not exactly an encouraging statement -- it's like something you might have seen in an old Chicago Cubs press release -- but improvement often means opportunity on Wall Street. (In case you didn't get my humor, no, AOL didn't actually say that.)
AOL swung to a profit of $… Read more