He said, "We're not hiring people from the Melting Pot."
Armstrong spent his first 100 days at AOL touring the company's offices around the world and meeting with AOL's more than 8,000 employees.
At the end of his tour, Armstrong hosted a dramatic meeting at the Time Warner Center where he revealed his plan for the company. At the front of the room, there were two whiteboards turned away from the audience. On one, Armstrong said, were ideas that employees had for the future of the company. On the other, were Armstrong's ideas. He turned around the whiteboards. The ideas were the same.
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