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Verizon to Acquire AOL for $4.4 billion

By exchange4media News Service | May 14, 2015

The acquisition of AOL will further drive its OTT and digital content strategy, especially video content, as Verizon seeks to create cross-platform business and better revenue opportunities on digital and mobile platforms

International: Google Completes Merger of DoubleClick

By Source: Advertising Age | Mar 13, 2008

WASHINGTON (AdAge.com) -- Google today completed its $3.1 billion purchase of DoubleClick, acting shortly after the European Union gave its final approval to the deal that combines the world's largest search marketer with the world's largest ad-serving company.

International: Google: Really, We're Not Getting Into the Agency Business

By Source: Advertising Age | Mar 07, 2008

ORLANDO, Fla. (AdAge.com) -- Google isn't getting into the ad agency business, the search behemoth's President of Advertising and Commerce Tim Armstrong, said today at the American Association of Advertising Agencies' annual Media Conference and Trade Show.

International:Publicis, Google Take Things to the Next Level

By Source: Advertising Age | Jan 29, 2008

NEW YORK (AdAge.com) -- The announcement was vague and heavily PR'd, but it was clear Publicis wanted to deliver this message: We're over "frenemy."

International: Giant Google/DoubleClick Buddies Up to Advertisers

By Source: Advertising Age | Dec 10, 2007

With Approval of $3.1 Billion Deal Imminent, Search Giant Previews Its Plans

International: Google's Offline Ad Efforts a Long-Term Play

By Source: Advertising Age | Dec 05, 2007

At UBS Media Conference: VP-Advertising Tim Armstrong

International: Google Launches In-House Agency

By Source: Advertising Age | Sep 24, 2007

What Doesn't It Do? The Search Giant Taps Ogilvy Big to Promote Its Wares

International: How Google has helped build brand advertising online

By exchange4media News Service | Feb 24, 2007

Google's VP-advertising sales, Tim Armstrong, touted his company's ability to court brand advertisers during a question-and-answer session at Bank of America's Technology Conference today.

International: Google new service to help marketers target ads to Web pages outside Google

By exchange4media News Service | Apr 27, 2005

Search engine giant Google is rolling out a new contextual advertising service that gives marketers the ability to serve images and animated ads to Web pages outside of Google, the company announced on Tuesday at the Ad:Tech Conference at the San Francisco Marriott.