CHART OF THE DAY: AOL's Decade Of Layoffs

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AOL let 100 people go today, the second round of layoffs this year, at least, and it’s not over yet.

It’s a miserable, and repeated, story at AOL. In 2006, the New York Times wrote, “Layoffs have become a way of life for AOL.” Since then, little has change.

In past eight years, AOL produced large and small annual reductions in staff. 

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