CALIFORNIA, U.S. - Suffering yet another jolt, reports have revealed that the electric carmaker Tesla has lost yet another top executive.
A report in Bloomberg has revealed that Tesla Inc's Vice President of Global Supply Management, Liam O'Connor, has resigned from his position.
The latest announcement, based on sources, comes after Tesla has already lost some of its top executives over the last few weeks.
Citing sources familiar with the matter, the report noted that O’Connor, who joined Tesla in March 2015 from Apple Inc, had decided to exit the company.
O’Connor's exit follows the exit of a string of senior executives, including Chief Accounting Officer Dave Morton and Chief People Officer Gabrielle Toledano.
Last week, Tesla announced that Justin McAnear, the company's Vice President of Worldwide Finance and Operation would leave in early October.