Two top Twitter executives are leaving the nest, according to reports, moves that come just a day after CEO Jack Dorsey asked investors to be patient with the microblogging company's plans to fix its business.
Jana Messerschmidt, who runs the social-media company's business development, and Nathan Hubbard, who runs media and commerce, are planning to leave Twitter, according to Recode and The Wall Street Journal.
Ali Jafari, who oversees revenue development, will take over the roles, according to the reports.
Twitter didn't respond to a request for comment.
News of the departures follows Wednesday's shareholder meeting at which Dorsey, a Twitter co-founder, said it would take time for the company to fix itself.
Apparently it didn't impress everyone.