Since he was hired two weeks ago at AOL, everyone has been wondering what Tim Armstrong— former head of advertising at Google and soon-to-be CEO of AOL as of April 7th—will do with the company. The first answer seems to be restructure.
In an effort to simplify and rid the company of redundancy, AOL announced today that it would be restructuring Platform-A, the division that primarily deals with sales and advertising.
In a memo from Platform-A head Greg Coleman—you may remember him as the former head of Yahoo ad sales, brought over to AOL by former CEO Randy Falco to reorganize the ad sales division in February—he announced that there would be “Execs moving in and out of musical chairs and fewer cooks in the kitchen.”
Read the entire memo about the restructure, reprinted by BoomTown, after the jump.