On CNBC today, AOL CEO Tim Armstrong made some remarks that some staffers considered insensitive. In discussing changes he made to the company’s 401(K) plans because of ObamaCare, he mentioned two “distressed babies” belonging to AOL staffers that cost the company $2 million to “make sure those babies were okay in general.” One email sent to Re/Code’s Kara Swisher read, “His comments during the earnings call, specifically blaming the policy change in part on the costs associated with the birth of two ‘distressed’ babies by AOL employees, were completely outrageous. Almost unbelievable.” [Source: Re/Code]