Twitter's new CEO, Parag Agrawal, announced a major reorganization of the company Friday, putting his stamp on the organization following the sudden departure of co-founder and CEO Jack Dorsey earlier this week, according to a companywide email obtained by The Washington Post.
Two executives, head of engineering Michael Montano and Dantley Davis, will step down as part of the reshuffling. They will leave the company by year's end, Agrawal said in an email to employees. The reshuffling appears to primarily affect the company's consumer, revenue, and core tech divisions, which will be helmed by Kayvon Beykpour, Bruce Falck, and Nick Caldwell, respectively, according to Agrawal's email.
The moves are the first major sign that Twitter's new leader intends to shake up a culture that has been considered slow to innovate and mired in internal conflict.
From The Wall Street Journal
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