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Armstrong: 'Awesome' Twitter solves 'real-time' problem marketers face (Video)

NEW YORK — AOL chief executive Tim Armstrong didn't shy away from praising Twitter when asked whether or not the media company could be a likely suitor for the micro blogging site. "Should AOL buy Twitter?" asked Today show anchor Stephanie Ruhle during the Advertising Week fireside chat at the Times Center theater yesterday. Armstrong declined to say whether Verizon-owned AOL was involved in the bidding process, but cited Twitter's "real-time marketing technology" as a valuable asset.
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