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Liam O’Connor, Tesla’s vice president of global supply management, has resigned from the company, according to a report from Bloomberg.
O’Connor joined Tesla in March 2015 from Apple. He is at least the fifth senior executive to leave the company in the past few weeks. The company’s chief accounting officer and heads of human resources and communications left this month. The vice president of worldwide finance is slated to leave in early October.
The company has lost 42 executives in 2018, according to a tracker maintained by Tesla short-seller Jim Chanos.
And, Tesla itself has discussed a team restructure. The company announced a number of promotions earlier this month as a part of assembling a new cast for the executive team.