Twitter management shake-up: four executives have ‘chosen to leave the company’
A fifth Twitter executive, Vine general manager Jason Toff, announced on Sunday that he is headed to Google to work on VR
The CEO of the online social networking service Twitter has announced a major management shake-up, saying four executives had “chosen to leave the company.” A fifth, Vine general manager Jason Toff, announced on Sunday that he was leaving, as well.
Those who have “chosen to leave: Alex Roetter, Senior Vice President of Engineering; Katie Jacobs Stanton, Vice President, Global Media; Brian “Skip” Schipper, Vice President of Human Resources; and Kevin Weil, Senior Vice President of Product.
Toff, meanwhile, announced via Twitter that he was headed to Google to work on VR.
Jack Dorsey’s tweet announcement:
The mass exodus comes before the company’s next earnings announcement scheduled for February 10th. Expectations are for continued revenue growth, but likely at a slower pace than previous earnings reports. Its last report in October showed Q3 revenue up 58 percent year-over-year to $569 million, but the company still very much in the red, with a loss of $132 million.