Benchmark partner Peter Fenton, who had been on Twitter’s board since 2009, will not seek re-election after his term expires in 2016, 

Related ArticlesTo be sure, Fenton was expected to depart the company’s board once his term expires, according to . Twitter, at the time, was going through a lot of turmoil and big changes at the top were to be expected as the company finally settled on co-founder Jack Dorsey as its new CEO.

“Peter Fenton, whose term expires at the upcoming annual meeting of stockholders, will not stand for re-election at the mutual agreement of the Board and Mr. Fenton,” the company said in the filing. “The Company and the Board are grateful to Mr. Fenton for his years of service.”

Since then, Twitter has added former Facebook CTO Bret Taylor to its board . With Twitter in peril, all eyes were searching for major changes at the top, and with Dorsey came multiple of . But since then, Twitter still has seemingly not righted the ship.

Also in the filing: Former CFO and now COO Anthony Noto received compensation of $23.8 million in 2016. Noto took .

We reached out to Twitter for additional information, and will update the post when we hear back.


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