Faraday Future loses another executive amid money woes
The vice president of Faraday Future’s human resources department is leaving the company. The Verge has learned that Alan Cherry, who was part of the original leadership team that founded the ambitious electric car startup back in 2014, announced that he was “stepping away” from the company during an all-hands meeting at the company’s headquarters today. A representative for Faraday Future has confirmed his departure.
“We can confirm that he will be starting a new role at a non-automotive industry startup,” the representative tells The Verge. “Alan has been instrumental in building out Faraday Future’s talent pool to more than 1,000 employees. We thank Alan for his incredible support for FF, and wish him best of luck in his next…
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