• Oath CEO Tim Armstrong is stepping down in October

    13 days ago - By Chron

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    Oath CEO Tim Armstrong will step down in October.
    Oath president and COO Guru Gowrappan will assume the role of CEO October 1.
    Armstrong will stay on at the firm to help with transition until the end of 2018.
    Insiders say Verizon's marriage of Yahoo and AOL was doomed from the start.
    Tim Armstrong, the CEO of Verizon's media and advertising business, Oath, will step down from his position in October, according to Verizon.
    Effective October 1, Oath president and COO Guru Gowrappan, will assume the role of CEO and will report to Verizon CEO Hans Vestberg. Armstrong will...
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  • Head of Verizon's AOL, Yahoo to depart

    13 days ago - By Chron

    NEW YORK - Verizon is replacing its media and advertising chief Tim Armstrong.
    Oath President and COO K. Guru Gowrappan will assume the Oath CEO role Oct. 1. Armstrong will stay through year-end as a strategic adviser.
    Gowrappan joined Verizon in April and before that was global managing director of Chinese e-commerce behemoth Alibaba.
    Amstrong was tasked with growing Verizon's ad business in a challenge to Facebook and Google, but that business remains one of Verizon's less profitable divisions. Armstrong came to Verizon when it bought AOL in 2015 and began overseeing Yahoo when Verizon...
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  • Oath CEO Tim Armstrong is stepping down in October

    Oath CEO Tim Armstrong is stepping down in October

    13 days ago - By Business Insider

    Oath CEO Tim Armstrong will step down in October.
    Oath president and COO Guru Gowrappan will assume the role of CEO October 1.
    Armstrong will stay on at the firm to help with transition until the end of 2018.
    Insiders say Verizon's marriage of Yahoo and AOL was doomed from the start .
    Tim Armstrong, the CEO of Verizon's media and advertising business, Oath, will step down from his position in October, according to Verizon.
    Effective October 1, Oath president and COO Guru Gowrappan, will assume the role of CEO and will report to Verizon CEO Hans Vestberg. Armstrong will stay on at the firm...
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  • Verizon says Oath CEO Tim Armstrong is stepping down

    13 days ago - By Washington Post

    Armstrong will stay at the company until the end of the year.
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  • Verizon names new CEO for Oath

    13 days ago - By Reuters

    Verizon Communications Inc on Wednesday named K. Guru Gowrappan as the new chief executive officer of its media and advertising business, Oath, replacing Tim Armstrong.
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  • Verizon Digital Chief Tim Armstrong Is Said to Be Planning Exit

    13 days ago - By Fortune

    Tim Armstrong is in talks to leave Verizon Communications Inc. as soon as next month, a move that would end his tenure as chief of the company's media and advertising group, according to a person familiar with the matter.
    Armstrong, 47, whose contract with Verizon is up early next year, joined the telecom giant in 2015 when it bought AOL Inc., where he was chief executive officer. The company later bought Yahoo and set out to transform its online operations into a digital-advertising behemoth that could compete with Google and Facebook Inc. But Verizon hasn't made much of a dent in those...
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  • Tim Armstrong is out at Oath

    13 days ago - By Tech Crunch

    Confirming reports that have been circulating throughout the summer, Verizon Communications said that Guru Gowrappan will be replacing Tim Armstrong as the leader of Oath.
    Gowrappan will assume all management responsibilities as chief executive at Oath and report to Verizon chief executive Hans Vestberg.
    Armstrong will remain at the company to guide management transition efforts and will report to Verizon chairman Lowell McAdam.
    Gowrappan joined oath from Alibaba Group and will assume management of operations now that the integration of Aol and Yahoo operations following the merger of...
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