When Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey was named permanent CEO of the company this past October, it was assumed there would be some growing pains. Now, about three months in, Dorsey’s tenure has already been rockier than most would have initially anticipated. Earlier this month, shares of Twitter dropped below $20 for the first time in company history, with the stock now trading in the $17 range.
Even more worrisome, however, is that four of the company’s top executives recently indicated their intention to jump ship. Set to leave are Twitter product chief Kevin Weil, head of engineering Alex Oretter, VP of global media Katie Jacobs Stanton, and VP of human resources Skip Schipper.