New York – AOL (NYSE: AOL) plans to fold about 30 of its less popular
websites into more established ones, as it looks to reduce overlap following
its recent acquisition of The Huffington Post, the Wall Street Journal
Some of the sites to be integrated into others include AOL’s Politics
Daily (into HuffPost Politics), Urlesque (into HuffPost Comedy), Huffington
Post’s travel section (into AOL Travel) and AOL’s Wallet Pop (into Daily
Forbes published a complete list of the sites that are disappearing
at the top link below.
AOL earlier this month announced plans to cut 20% of its
jobs, days after acquiring The Huffington Post for $315 million.