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Former CEO of AOL Tim Armstrong.

Former Oath and AOL CEO Tim Armstrong is getting a $60 million payout

The golden parachute includes $31.1 million founders award and $16.6 million he's expected to get in June.

Here are our 10 most popular media and advertising stories of 2018

Our 10 biggest Prime stories of the year examined Verizon's lofty plans for Oath, Videology's downfall, and more.

What you need to know in advertising today

Everything that you need to know in advertising today, from Madison Avenue's rising stars to Facebook giving brands access to users' private data.

‘Y’ is for Verizon? Oath is rebranding as Verizon Media Group, but the company appears to have flubbed the announcement

Twitter users were confused by the "Y" at the top of the statement, which many assume to be the company's new logo.

Verizon will write down $4.6 billion in value of Oath, the unit that combined AOL and Yahoo assets

Verizon expects to write down its Oath business by $4.6 billion in the fourth quarter of 2018.
Charter CEO Tom Rutledge

What you need to know in advertising today

Everything that you need to know in advertising today, from Charter CEO's M&A ambitions to Martin Sorrell's S4 acquisition of MightyHive.
Amazon founder Jeff Bezos

What you need to know in advertising today

Everything that you need to know in advertising today, from Amazon's Google ads to Oath's move into subscriptions.

Oath CEO Tim Armstrong is stepping down in October

Tim Armstrong, the CEO of Verizon's media and advertising business, Oath, will step down from his position in October. Effective October 1, Oath president and COO Guru Gowrappan, will assume the role of CEO and will report to Verizon CEO Hans Vestberg.
AOL CEO Tim Armstrong speaking at IGNITION 2016.

Oath CEO Tim Armstrong is reportedly in talks to leave the company

Tim Armstrong, the CEO of Verizon's media and advertising business, is in talks to leave the company, The Wall Street Journal's Sarah Krouse reported Friday.

If you have a Yahoo account your emails have probably been scanned to figure out what you buy — and they may have been read by employees of the ...

Verizon's advertising business Oath — which owns Yahoo and AOL — has been pitching advertisers a service that scans more than 200 million inboxes for data on consumer buying habits.