SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — AOL Inc.’s heads of online ad sales and corporate communications are leaving as part of the Internet company’s latest management reorganization.
In an internal email Monday, CEO Tim Armstrong outlined a number of leadership changes including the exit of AOL’s president of global advertising and strategy, Jeff Levick. Armstrong, a former Google Inc. advertising executive, had brought Levick over from the search company shortly after taking the helm at AOL in 2009.
Levick will be replaced by Ned Brody, who is taking on the new position of chief revenue officer and president of AOL’s advertising unit.
Armstrong added that Lauren Hurvitz, head of corporate communications, will leave as AOL combines its marketing and corporate communications functions into one unit. Maureen Sullivan will become AOL’s head of corporate communications and marketing.