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AOL Promotes CFO Artie Minson to Chief Operating Chief

AOL has promoted chief financial officer (CFO) Artie Minson, Jr to the newly-created role of chief operating officer (COO) as part of a reorganisation of the US online services company’s operations.

In his new role, Minson will be involved with the formation of three new operating units at the company: AOL Membership Group, Content Brands Group, and the Advertising.com Group, which the company said will allow it to go deeper on its “focus on profitability, co-ordinated business execution, and resource allocation” across its brands and services. He will report to AOL’s chief executive officer (CEO) Tim Armstrong.

AOL is seeking a successor as CFO to Minson, who will continue to occupy the position until his replacement is announced.

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