Twitter Sees Two More Exec Departures, Including VP Of Engineering Jeremy Gordon

Two more executives have left Twitter: Jeremy Gordon, the vice president of engineering, and Adam Kinney, a senior manager who led the company’s analytics team.

The news was first reported on CNBC. That report also cited an unnamed source who claimed that some of the company’s engineers are concerned about a lack of clarity in Twitter’s product vision. The company’s stock took a beating earlier this week after an earnings report with disappointing user numbers.

Asked for confirmation or comment, Twitter pointed me to tweets from Gordon and Kinney announcing their departures.

Other executives who left Twitter recently include then-COO Ali Rowghani and Vice President of Media Chloe Sladden, whose departures were both revealed on the same day in June.