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    Three Bos Twitter Left Simultaneously

    Sunday, January 24, 2016, January 24, 2016 EDT Last Updated 2016-01-25T02:57:13Z
    Twitter headquarters in San Francisco, California, USA. (REUTERS / Robert Galbraith)

    Micro-blogging social network Twitter on Sunday (24/1) reported to be losing the three officials who decided to leave the company.

    So far, Twitter has about 10 executives. Three of them decided to leave simultaneously. They are the Senior Vice President (SVP) technical division Alex Roetter, SVP Kevil Weil products division, and vice president of global media Katie Jacobs Stanton.

    Not mentioned in detail their reasons for leaving the company led by Jack Dorsey's.

    Reported by a number of international media, Twitter announced plans to seek a replacement for the company's top three bosses, as well as additional members of the two new commissioners.

    Twitter is also reportedly going to appoint a new person to fill the position of chief marketing officer.

    Known Roetter joined Twitter since 2010. Before deciding out of the company, he was responsible for software and hardware engineering, analytical, and operational.

    While Weil worked for Twitter since 2009. He played an important role in product development and design. Previously he also led the team analysis and development of products for advertising platform.

    And Stanton have responsibility for the company's cooperation with news organizations, television, sports, and music from around the world. Beginning of joined Twitter in 2010 and could take care of the establishment of offices in a number of countries such as England, Germany, Brazil, Australia, Japan, and India.

    Since Dick Costolo left the helm in October 2015, Twitter back headed by Jack Dorsey.

    Since then, the company must work harder to develop products and scheming to keep increasing the number of active users. (adt)


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