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28 days ago

Yield Analyst, Publisher Services

AOL Baltimore, MD

The Yield Analyst Intern will be responsible for the revenue and profit growth of a portfolio of publishers. The analyst will analyze past and… AOL

22 days ago

2015 Associate Business Analyst, Advertising Operations

AOL Baltimore, MD

Balancing the intersection of premium and programmatic, AOL Networks enables the world’s top marketers and media brands to reach consumers across… AOL

6 days ago

Business Intelligence & Ad Ops Solutions Reporting Analyst

AOL Baltimore, MD

The Business Intelligence & Ad Ops Solutions team is in need of a qualified, highly motivated Reporting Developer/Analyst to build scalable and… AOL

6 days ago

Lead API Engineer/Architect

AOL Baltimore, MD

Our office in Baltimore is looking for an additional Engineer to join the team! This particular development team is responsible for… AOL

17 days ago

DevOps Engineer

AOL Baltimore, MD

extend across major functional areas - the operational health of application systems in a 24x7x365 Internet production/continuous integration… AOL

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    Ok place to learn but not stable

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    Former Employee - Operations Analyst in Baltimore, MD
    Former Employee - Operations Analyst in Baltimore, MD

    I worked at AOL full-time (more than an year)


    Good tech people to work with. Good office location with ample parking. Fun summer crab feasts by the harbor. Lots of opportunities to learn.


    Business focus changes often. Corporate identity seems to be muddled. The company is quite unstable when I was there. They had to downsize and offer severance to a lot of employees.

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    The company has evolved from an ISP to a content and online ad revenue making company. There are still a few business that it gets itself into. Focus on the business that brings the most revenue stream and do well in it.

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