AOL-Yahoo Merger Rumors Dismissed by Tim Armstrong

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AOL CEO Tim Armstrong feels confident enough with his company's middling third quarter earnings, released today, to tell the world that, No, AOL doesn't want to merge with Yahoo, despite rumors to the contrary. AllThingsD's Peter Kafka met up with Armstrong following his two calls with finance and media folk to talk about AOL's third quarter, video-tapping the interview (below). Kafka decided to strongarm Armstrong into answering the most titillating question surrounding his company: Are rumors of a marriage between the two Internet dinosaurs, circulating since September, true?

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