AOL's new CEO brings in fellow Google alum to run ad unit

05/1/2009 | Mediaweek

Google veteran Jeff Levick has been hired as AOL's new president, global advertising and strategy, by the portal's new chairman and CEO, Tim Armstrong, another Google veteran. Levick takes over from Greg Coleman, who was hired two months ago to be president of AOL's Platform-A. Levick said one of his goals would be to streamline the ad-buying process for marketers.

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