More NewsAOL’s Financial Blog Network

AOL's Financial Blog Network

AOL's Weblogs Inc

AOL’s Weblogs Inc. has launched its first blog network, BloggingStocks.com, since it joined the company. The network consists of eight separate blogs — which are aggregated on the homepage — covering eight companies popular among investors: Apple Computer, General Electric, Microsoft, eBay, Google, Wal-Mart Stores, Yahoo! and Time Warner. The blogs’ content will be integrated into AOL Money & Finance.

Interesting initiative that sheds light into how Weblogs Inc. will be integrated into AOL.

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