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AOL CEO Tim Armstrong issued an awkward apology in a memo to his staff after firing an employee for taking a photo of him during a tension-filled conference call last week.

On Friday, Armstrong fired Abel Lenz, a creative director for AOL’s Patch local-news business, in front of other co-workers and 1,000 employees listening in on a conference call to discuss changes at the unit, including layoffs and site closings.

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