Twitter, AOL, Grovo… The 6 companies that made the news this week
The reorganization of Twitter continues. This time, Jack Dorsey announced on his personal Twitter account a wave of departures within the social network.
According to its co-founder, four vice-presidents have chosen to leave the company: Alex Roetter (in charge of engineering), Skip Schipper (in charge of human resources), Katie Stanton (in charge of international media) and Kevin Weill (in charge of products). The first three personalities had been present at Twitter for five years.
Beyond these departures, other movements have taken place within the company in recent months. In the wake of Jack Dorsey’s return to the head of Twitter in October to raise the company, the social network had announced a plan to lay off 8% of its workforce, or 336 employees at the time.
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