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AOL's Tim Armstrong Discusses Life Under Verizon at Code/Mobile (Full Video)

Also, he's not running for president, cheekbones be damned!

Asa Mathat

AOL CEO Tim Armstrong “can actually do more work” since his company was bought by Verizon, he said Wednesday at the Code/Mobile conference at The Ritz-Carlton in Half Moon Bay, Calif.

Here’s the full session video of Armstrong’s interview with Re/code Executive Editor Kara Swisher, in which he discusses the future of mobile media, why video is increasingly important and why he’s not running for president:

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