United Online moves from Westlake Village to Woodland Hills



By Stephanie Bertholdo
bertholdo@theacorn.com

United Online, the parent company that owns NetZero, Juno and Bluelight, all value Internet service providers (ISPs), has closed shop in Westlake Village and moved to bigger digs in Woodland Hills.
According to Mark Goldston, chairman, CEO and president of United Online, the company outgrew the office space on Townsgate Road and chose to relocate in the San Fernando Valley because of the shorter commute for employees.
"A large p...

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