Headquarters New York, NY
Size 5000+ Employees
Founded 1985
Type Company - Public (AOL)
Industry Media
Revenue £2 to £5 billion (GBP) per year

At AOL, we want to bring people closer to the things that matter, while helping them discover and share stories and information that color their lives.

By bringing together award-winning journalists, premium brands, original content, and innovative technologies, we're transforming the way people around the globe connect with information, entertainment, and each other...
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Mission: Our world-class team of artists and innovators is on a mission to inform, entertain and connect the world.

AOL – Why Work For Us?

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AOL consumers were shopping, chatting, getting news and information and playing multi-user games online at the dawn of the internet. We were the cornerstone of social media long before anyone knew what a social network was – or could be. We were a small but passionate group of employees with a vision for the future – a start-up before “start-up” became part of the daily vernacular.

Today our numbers have grown, but our vision remains the same – provide the news, information and services that enhance and connect peoples’ lives.
 
At AOL we’re focused on radically redefining the world of online communications. We are transforming how people around the globe connect with information, entertainment and one another by bringing together award winning journalists and innovative technologies to create rich and engaging consumer experiences.  
 

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Working at AOL

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Employees say it's “OK”   621 ratings

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AOL Chairman and CEO Tim Armstrong

Tim Armstrong

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A fun company, being a Phoenix!

  Former Recruitment Manager in London, England

Pros: Culture driven, amazing talent, fun place to be, great acquisitions, understands the industry and with that cones a great company environment, good salaries and benefits. Full Review

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No Offer – Interviewed in London, England Apr 2014 – Reviewed Jun 30, 2014

Interview Details I had a phone interview with a senior software engineer and didn't go any further. I answered everything correctly and in depth. I didn't remember exactly the MVC pattern's components though and in my feedback that was the reason of the rejection along with bad communication skills. They said I was…Full Interview

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AOL Awards and Accolades

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Top Companies for Executive Women, National Association for Female Executives, 2012
Top 25 Companies for Work-Life Balance, Glassdoor, 2013
Top 50 Great Places to Work, Washingtonian, 2013
100 Best Companies for Working Mothers, Working Mother, 2013
100 Best Companies for Working Mothers, Working Mother, 2012
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