Snap CFO out after less than a year

San Francisco (CNN Business)Snap is losing another high-profile executive. Chief Financial Officer Tim Stone told Snap on Tuesday that he was leaving the company, just eight months after moving to Snap from Amazon.

The departure comes at a difficult time for the company, which has been struggling with a declining user base and falling stock. Snap has seen an exodus of executives over the last year, including human resources chief, Jason Halbert — who left earlier this week. Vice President of Marketing Steve LaBella and Chief Strategy Officer Imran Khan departed the company last year. Other executives who exited in 2018 include Chief Financial Officer Drew Vollero — Stone’s predecessor — and Vice President of Product Tom Conrad.
Snap also confirmed its vice president of investor relations, Kristin Southey, left the company in November — as first reported by Cheddar.

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