Where is Aol Corporate office Headquarters

Aol Headquarters Address and Contact

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  • Address: 331 N Maple Dr, Beverly Hills, CA 90210, United States

  • Phone Number:
    410 454 0377

  • Fax Number: N/A

  • Email: privacyquestions@aol.com

  • Number of Employees: 6,500

  • Established: 1998

  • Founder: Steve Case, Jim Kimsey, Marc Seriff, William von Meister

  • Key People: Timothy M. Armstrong (CEO)

Aol Headquarters Location & Directions

Aol Headquarters Executive Team



Timothy M. Armstrong


Karen E. Dykstra


Susan M. Lyne


About Aol, History and Headquarters Information


AOL was founded in the year in the year 1983. The company has been operational for almost 36 years now. The former name of the company was Control Video Corporation. The founders of the company are William von Meister, Marc Seriff, Jim Kimsey and Steve Case. Over the years the company had changed its name several times. In the year 1985, the name of the company was changed to Quantum Computer Services. The name was changed to America Online in the year 1991 and finally AOL in the year 2009. During the year 1991, AOL was very much famous because of its dial-up internet service in the USA. In almost every store in the country, the AOL software could be found for free, along with computer discs as well, which are mailed to the USA households at a massive rate.

But in the year 2003, due to the introduction of broadband, dial-up internet connection slowly faded away, and therefore AOL suffered a tremendous setback. The company had lost millions of customers and also had laid off almost thousands of employees as well. In the year 2005, the company had launched the AOL Safety & Security Center, which included the McAfee Antivirus suite along with other security software as well, for better firewall and phishing protection. The company had also planned to collaborate with Yahoo and Microsoft. But the plans were abandoned as Google had planned to buy out a 5 per cent stake in the company. In the year 2006, the company had released AOL Active Virus Shield, which was developed by Kaspersky Lab. The same year, the ISP of AOL UK was taken over by The Carphone Warehouse. The company also started to stop providing their premium paid email services, and moved over to the free email service model, like Yahoo, Microsoft Hotmail and even Gmail. The other services included with the email service are AIM messaging, AOL Local, AOL Video, AOL news, Xdrive and AOL My eAddress. By the year 2007, the customer base of the company had been reduced to almost 10 million, which was very close to Yahoo and Comcast. The company had also shed off its Xdrive and other featured services like AOL Pictures and Blue String, in order to save the costs and focus on the main parts of the business. In the year 2008, the company had purchased the social networking website known as Bebo, for about $850 million, which was later sold off in the year 2010, for about $10 million. In the year 2011, the company had taken over Huffington Post for about $315 million. The same year, the company had also formed a strategic partnership with Microsoft and Google as well. In the year 2013, the fourth quarter revenue of the company was almost $600 million, which was the company’s first growth in the last eight years. As of the year 2015, the company was acquired by Verizon for about $4.4 billion. The headquarters of the company is based in 770 Broadway. The name of the place is New York, while the name of the state is New York, United States. The pin code of the area is 10003.


AOL is an American company that focuses on providing various types of online services as well as provides access to an online web portal as well. The current CEO of the company is Tim Armstrong. As of the current date, the number of employees working at the company is more than 5,600. The company currently works mainly as a multi-media news provider offering shopping services, search engine services, email as well as news services as well.


The primary services provided by the company include allowing customers to obtain various kinds of online web services offered by the company, which includes news services, email services along with other necessary web portal and online web services as well.

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  • mae says:

    there is no way to get out of the phone verification system. your instructions are incorrect. fix it

  • Charles Mallory says:

    from C Mallory-cannot use new email system – did not know “trying “new system would be disaster.I can”t get full page for emails and other, am super novice. need to talk to tech person – have a stroke so speech is
    awkward. business hurting and etc (“amfmprince@aol.com”) Am 87 and I need help 772-539-2164

  • Bill says:

    This is copy of a message found on the internet. This problem is not being taken care of. My connection to Outlook now down two weeks and causing numerous problems. Thank you for reading this message williamagriss@verizon.net.

    Dear AOL “Support”

    I note your numerous responses (and there are numerous as many users are inconvenienced by this), which are unsatisfactory as per below:

    RESPONDED · Product Support (Admin, AOL) responded
    We’re very sorry app passwords are unavailable for AOL Mail accounts. While we upgrade our services, the feature has been temporarily removed. We don’t have an ETA on when this will return but we encourage you to check back in the future for updates on the restoration of this feature. Rest assured, you can still access your mail from the AOL app or via a web browser. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause you.

    As this is a feature for security that is foisted upon users by AOL and as AOL do not appear to be able to resolve their own issue, can you simply revert to the “allow access by less secure apps” option that was present before so that people can sync their accounts to their preferred mail program (which is needed as AOL’s web mail server is absolutely not fit for purpose (after all this time!)

    If this is not possible, I will naturally need to conclude that this issue is one of security and you are unable and therefore I need to ask, do I and others need to consider that AOL is no longer secure as a provider, as this is the impression you as a company have now given.

    I am emailing this directly and posting this as yet another new topic (because you keep closing the old ones without resolving), so that others can see the lack of progress. I would very much appreciate a positive response, quickly and a response that does not want to make me swear at you and tear my hair out in disbelief. I am however not holding my breath, as I have been a customer for 20 years and I know how AOL “works”.



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