HTC today confirmed that its CEO of HTC Asia, Lennard Hoornik has departed the company to pursue “other interests” as well as Elizabeth Griffin, HTC Global Digital Service also departed, reported Engadget.
“HTC can confirm that Lennard Hoornik has left HTC,” a statement sent to Engadget. “We appreciate his contributions to our South Asia efforts over the past year and wish him all the best. HTC’s CFO, Chialin Chang will provide interim leadership in this strategic region while we work to find a permanent solution.”
Now counting on what measure reasons which make the company’s top executive leaving it, resulting in having their morale down. Sticking over to its result, HTC recently reported net income after tax of mere $2.88 million for the first quarter of 2013 over $1.45 billion in total sales.
With such things on the way, we believe more to follow the suite.