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AOL (NYSE: AOL) has bought the Huffington Post for $315 million, a move that will see Arianna Huffington be named president and editor in ch…

Arianna Huffington
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AOL (NYSE: AOL) has bought the Huffington Post for $315 million, a move that will see Arianna Huffington be named president and editor in chief of The Huffington Post Media Group, a new unit including properties such as Engadget, TechCrunch, Moviefone, Patch and several others. Here’s a look at the history of HuffPo since it was founded in 2005:

» Steve Case On The AOL-HuffPo Math

» AOL Acquires HuffPo For $315 Million, Mostly Cash

» HuffPo’s Coleman: ‘We’ll Double Revenues Again This Year’

» HuffPo’s Hippeau On More Acquisitions: ‘We’ll Be Opportunistic’

» Arianna Huffington: ‘Staying Still Doesn’t Work’

» Updated: HuffPo Changes CEOs: Betsy Morgan Being Replaced By SoftBank’s Eric Hippeau

» Huffington Post Closes $25 Million Third Round; Plans Include ‘Focused Acquisitions’

» Update: HuffPo Finishing On $20M Round, Oak and Others; $110 Million Valuation Ballpark

» Update: Arianna: Read My Lips: Not For Sale

» HuffPo About To Break Even? $6M-$10M Annual Revs

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