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How Tim Armstrong, a Hotshot Boston Sales Guy, Wowed Google's Founders, Built its Multi-Billion-Dollar Ad Business from Scratch, Then Became AOL's CEO

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Tim Armstrong is the CEO of AOL, and he will be the CEO of the combined AOL-Yahoo company under Verizon once that merger is completed.

Before joining AOL, Armstrong was an executive at Google who helped build its advertising business from $700,000 a year to billions every quarter. He was also an expert advertising salesman and entrepreneur, and the first person to sell a $1 million digital-advertising deal, back when all the money was flowing to print and TV companies...

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