When is aol going to wake up and realize they are no longer in the game! Aol cant do anything right, they had it all 15 years ago and they still think today they can bring success back to their name, its not going to happen, what ever they are doing is not going to work. They thought by buying bebo back in 2008 ohhhhhhhhhhhh for $850,000,000 that they were going to compete with the likes of myspace and friendster, didnt happen, they sold off the company for a huge LOSS!!!! Now they go and buy the huffington post thinking they are going to change the entire company around with this one acquisition, nope not going to happen. They continue to think they can focus on growth and new strategy to bring back the company, again this is not going to happen. They should put themselves up for sale while they are at it and quit making worthless buyouts that do nothing to their bottom line. AOL may cut about 20% of its workforce worldwide March 10, 2011 | 8:16 am Tim Armstrong, AOL CEO AOL could cut its workforce by about 20% worldwide, according to a company memo sent by CEO Tim Armstrong and obtained by Bloomberg. According to the memo, more than 900 of AOL's 5,000 employees are set to lose their jobs as AOL continues to integrate its operations with the Huffington Post and as part of an ongoing restructuring process to turn the company back toward revenue growth, Bloomberg reported. AOL officials were not available for comment on Thursday morning. AOL logo On Monday, AOL closed its $315-million purchase of the Huffington Post, an online news website that both aggregates news from other outlets and produces original content. On news of the purchase being finalized, AOL's stock closed at $19.26 -- at that point, an all-time low -- before closing at $19.24 on Tuesday and $19.14 on Wednesday. Armstrong wrote in his company memo that the plan is to trim as many as 200 jobs in the U.S. and 700 in India, Bloomberg reported. But 300 of those who will lose their jobs in India could be moved to new jobs at AOL's outsourcing partners and continue to do work for the company, the report said. "Today, we are announcing an organizational structure that will significantly improve AOL's ability to focus on growth," Armstrong wrote in the memo, according to Bloomberg. "Our strategy remains clear: create high-quality content experiences for consumers, at scale." AOL's revenue has declined the last four consecutive quarters, Bloomberg said.