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As AOL gains 1.7% following its Q1 report (I, II), Pando Daily reports the company is "exploring...

As AOL gains 1.7% following its Q1 report (I, II), Pando Daily reports the company is "exploring the sale" of tech sites Engadget and TechCrunch, both of which have seen major defections. AOL is reportedly asking for $70M-$100M for the properties, and suggests the sale process could take 6 months to a year. A sale would likely please Starboard Value, which has blasted AOL for the huge losses posted by its online media ops.
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