GameStop CFO Resigns After 12 Months On The Job

GameStop Corp (NYSE: GME) is about to go through another management change. The firm revealed last night that Diana Saadeh-Jajeh has stepped down from the role of chief financial officer with the company.

Saadeh-Jajeh reportedly put in her notice of departure on July 21, with the company only making the departure public on July 27 after the close of markets. She intends to leave the position officially on August 11, 2023.

Saadeh-Jajeh was appointed to the role just a year ago on July 7, 2022, after having served as the firms chief accounting officer. A reason for the departure was not provided, although no disagreements are said to have occurred.

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Daniel Moore will fill the role of CFO on an interim basis. Moore joined the firm in 2021 as Vice President, Global Tax, before moving into the role of Vice President, Corporate Global Controller in September 2022. Moore has also been appointed as the company’s principal accounting officer.

The changes follow the company last month shaking up management, with Chairman Ryan Cohen also taking on the role of CEO of the company.

GameStop Corp last traded at $22.22 on the NYSE.


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