Several Twitter VPs Have Decided To Leave The Company

Posted: Jan 25 2016, 12:36pm CST | by , Updated: Jan 25 2016, 12:39pm CST, in News | Technology News

 
 Several Twitter VPs Have Decided To Leave The Company

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New reports are unveiling very shocking news. Numerous top employees of the famous social networking firm, Twitter, have decided to leave the company.

The employees include the top most executives of the firm. The popular names include senior engineering VP Alex Roetter, VP Katie Jacobs Stanton, VP of Human Resources Brian Schipper, product VP Kevin Weil.

These are the big names which have chosen to leave the company. The news is not a speculation or a rumor but has been confirmed by CEO Jack Dorsey.

The confirmation soon comes after the reports suggesting that these VPs have decided to leave.

Jack Dorsey described in detail, the departure of the above mentioned names along with a little note of gratitude.

Jason Toff, another member of Twitter who is the head of the company's Vine video streaming service also confirmed his resignation from the company in a recent Tweet.

Toff unveiled that he would soon be joining Google for working on VR. The current co-founder Dorsey returned as the company's new CEO back in October, 2015.

It was just few months after CEO Dick Costolo left the post. Dorsey announced a cut up in around 336 jobs, or 8% of the company's total workforce.

At the start of this month, Twitter’s stock hit an all time low. It was equal to below $20 a share for the first time.

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