Finnish company Rovio is best known for their Angry Birds games, but despite the success of the avian games in February their share price took a sharp nosedive after a profit warning. Now they have lost a second senior executive after the first, Wilhelm Taht, left in February.
Senior vice president of communications and investor relations and a member of the company's leadership team Rauno Heinonen has left the company "immediately", according to Reuters. Heinonen was appointed to his position back in September last year, and as for his departure, no reason was given by Rovio. Reuters also states that "Rovio will hold its first annual general meeting on April 16."
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