Amid the ongoing tussle between Tesla CEO Elon Musk and Parag Agarwal, a few more Twitter executives have moved on and are apparently realizing what could come their way on the micro-blogging platform in the near future.
As TechCrunch reports, Ilya Brown, vice president of product management for health, talks and development, Katrina Lane, vice president of Twitter services, Max Schmeijer, head of data science, have left the company.
According to their LinkedIn profiles, while Lane and Schmeijer worked at Twitter for about one and two years, respectively, Brown had been serving on the micro-blogging platform for nearly six years.
According to the report that surfaced on Tuesday, a company spokesperson said, “We continue to focus on providing people with the best experience possible on Twitter.
We can confirm that they will be leaving Twitter for new opportunities. Grateful for his hard work and leadership.”
Twitter CEO Agarwal recently fired two key executives – head of revenue product Bruce Falk and head of product Kywan Becpour.
Frustrated Bekpour said that Agarwal asked him to leave because he “wanted to take the team in a different direction”.
Musk has now halted the $44 billion Twitter deal over fake/spammy accounts found and wants the exact number of Twitter bots to be clarified. If he takes over, a new CEO will be appointed.