AOL’s Susan Lyne on Trying to Make Bank With Online Content and More! (Video)

Also, what’s up with Patch?
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A New Board Member for eHarmony

Online relationship company eHarmony.com said it had added Dr. William T. Weyerhaeuser to its board. A retired clinical psychologist, he serves on several public company boards, such as the Columbia Banking System. He is also president of the Seattle Opera Board of Trustees and a trustee of the University of Puget Sound. Weyerhaeuser is now the third director of eHarmony, which has undergone numerous changes over the last year. The other members are chairman and eHarmony founder Dr. Neil Clark Warren, and Gregory Penner of Madrone Capital Partners.

Carrot Flop: Twitter CEO Costolo Finds Lack of Woman on Board Is No Joking Matter

Two men fight over women, of course.
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Will Twitter Add a Woman Director Before the IPO?

Hillary Clinton will be busy running for President, but can the social communications site find at least one female board member?
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Equifax Buys Identity Protection Startup TrustedID for About $30 Million

The data giant picks up a well-respected Silicon Valley ID protection firm.
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Update: As Microsoft Restructuring Nears, Top Execs Fret Over Their Fate

Coming soon to a software giant near you!
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Viral Video: Diddy Goes Downtown (Abbey, That Is)

Lord Wolcott will see you now.
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Jon Rubinstein Joins Board of Qualcomm, as Mobile Chipmaker Ups Its Silicon Valley Cred

The longtime mobile exec is a high-profile appointment.
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Talenthouse Brings in Nokia, Adidas and Coca-Cola to Sponsor Engagement Platform

Los Angeles-based Talenthouse, a global creative collaboration community with two million members, said that it was launching an “engagement” platform with Adidas’s eyewear, Coca-Cola’s Vitaminwater and Nokia to allow its members to be paired with the mega-brands and be sponsored by them. Talenthouse said that artists will get paid based on engagements that their project and their content generates for those brands, which will be able to “integrate their message directly into the artists’ projects & portfolios and become part of all peer to peer social media conversation.”

Blake Krikorian Joins FreeWheel Board