Thursday, December 22, 2005
  • Execs: AOL Helps Google Lure Big Brands

    The expanded advertising partnership between Google and AOL, finalized this week by the Time Warner board, will significantly help Google to draw more large brand advertisers, marketing executives said. ...Read the whole story

  • Bewkes Becomes Time Warner's No. 2, Logan Retires

    Time Warner has elevated senior executive Jeff Bewkes to president and chief operating officer, positioning him as a likely successor to Time Warner Chief Executive Dick Parsons. With the promotion, Bewkes will take on the duties of Don Logan, set to soon retire as chairman of Time Warner's media and communications group, which includes the AOL Internet group and Time Warner Cable. ...Read the whole story

  • Online Auto Classifieds Strong In '05

    The decline of automotive print ad revenue was one of the most significant developments to affect the auto ad market in 2005, according to a panel of experts and executives surveyed by Classified Intelligence and Belden Associates, per a report released Wednesday. ...Read the whole story

  • Traffic Soars At Apple

    Apple's Web sites drew 30.8 million visitors last month--up from 19.6 million in November 2004, thanks to a surge in iTunes use, according to new data from Nielsen//NetRatings. ...Read the whole story

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