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The Source Code: Tim Armstrong

Molly Wood and Stephanie Hughes Feb 19, 2018
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Tim Armstrong speaks at an event on the Times Center Stage in New York City.
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Tim Armstrong worked at Google for years, then as the head of AOL. Now he’s the CEO of Oath, the company that was created when Verizon bought Yahoo, and Yahoo and AOL merged. In this long cut of the interview, Armstrong talks about the future of digital content, as well as the awkwardness of sponsoring a women’s leadership conference that doesn’t have former Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer at it.

Click the audio player above to hear the entire interview, as part of “The Source Code.” 

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