- Blue Apron co-founder and CEO Matt Salzberg has stepped down.
- He will be replaced by CFO Brad Dickerson.
- Blue Apron shares have tumbled 70% since the company went public in June.
Blue Apron co-founder Matt Salzberg has stepped down from his role as president and CEO, according to a company press release. He will be replaced by CFO Brad Dickerson.
“It has been a tremendous honour to serve as the CEO of Blue Apron since founding the company and I am incredibly proud of everything our team has accomplished together in just five years,” Salzberg said in a statement. “The Board and I are confident that Brad is the right person to build on this momentum.”
In October, the company announced it was laying off hundreds of workers, or about 5% of its workforce, in a “company-wide realignment.”
Blue Apron is up 2% at $US3.05 a share following the news.
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