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HTC COO Matthew Costello joins long line of high-level executives leaving the smartphone maker

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What started as a trickle of high-level departures at HTC has quickly grown into an exodus, following reports that the company’s Chief Operating Officer Matthew Costello also plans to step down. Bloomberg reports that Fred Liu, currently President of Engineering and Operations, will have his responsibilities extended to make up for Costello’s...
HTC COO Matthew Costello joins long line of high-level executives leaving the smartphone maker

HTC Just Had Its Best Month In A Long Time, But Top Execs Are Bolting Anyway

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According to a new report from Bloomberg Businessweek, HTC is losing another top executive: COO Matthew Costello. The company, whose share of the smartphone has fallen to a mere 4.2%, has now lost three executives in recent weeks. Besides Costello, The Verge notes that HTC has seen departures from its...
HTC Just Had Its Best Month In A Long Time, But Top Execs Are Bolting Anyway
HTC says departing executives will be replaced by end of month
HTC COO becomes the latest high-ranking exec to depart the company

HTC loses yet another exec: COO steps down

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July 9-10, 2013 San Francisco, CA Tickets On Sale Now Amid disastrous profits and significant marketing struggles, HTC just can’t seem to hold onto its executives. The company’s chief operating officer, Matthew Costello, is the latest to step down, Bloomberg reports. He’ll stay on as an executive adviser with...
HTC loses yet another exec: COO steps down

Top HTC Operations Exec Latest to Leave Taiwanese Phone Maker

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The departures at Taiwanese phone maker HTC appear to be continuing. Operating Chief Matthew Costello has left the company, according to Bloomberg. Costello’s departure was announced in an internal e-mail, Bloomberg said. His exit follows that of Chief Product Officer Kouji Kodera and several lower-level executives and managers in recent...
Top HTC Operations Exec Latest to Leave Taiwanese Phone Maker

Another HTC executive steps down from his post

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Another member of HTC’s executive team has stepped down, according to Bloomberg. HTC Chief Operating Officer Matthew Costello has left the building, leaving Fred Liu, president of engineering and operations, to take on several of Costello’s responsibilities in an expanded role. Costello follows several other high-level members out the door,...
Another HTC executive steps down from his post

HTC's Chief Operating Officer is latest senior departure

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A couple of weeks after we reported on five senior departures from HTC, Business Week reports that the company’s COO Matthew Costello has also gone. Chief Operating Officer Matthew Costello stepped down after less than three years at Taiwan’s biggest smartphone maker amid slumping sales that have pushed down shares...
HTC's Chief Operating Officer is latest senior departure

HTC's COO Matthew Costello joins the revolving door of departing execs

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One of HTC's top execs, Chief Operating Officer Matthew Costello, will depart after three years on the job, according to a report from Bloomberg. He'll join recent departees like Asia CEO Lennard Hoornik and others in leaving the company, which has seen unprecedented turnover of late due to its...
HTC's COO Matthew Costello joins the revolving door of departing execs

HTC Loses Another Senior Exec As COO Steps Down -- But May's Phone Sales Are One Bright Spot Amid The Gloom

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Troubled Taiwanese mobile maker HTC, which has seen its profits plummet as it struggles to compete in an Android mobile space dominated by its Galaxy-spewing rival Samsung, is losing (yet) another senior executive. Bloomberg reports that Chief Operating Officer Matthew Costello will step down after less than three years at the company....
HTC Loses Another Senior Exec As COO Steps Down -- But May's Phone Sales Are One Bright Spot Amid The Gloom
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