Zomato stock declines 5% in morning trade
A day after Zomato Co-founder and Chief Technology Officer Gunjan Patidar resigned from the post, the stock went lower by 4.31 % to Rs 57.65 on the BSE. At the NSE, it fell 4.97 % to Rs 57.30.
Shares of online food delivery platform Gunjan Patidar resigned from the post.declined 5% on Tuesday, a day after its Co-founder and Chief Technology Officer
The stock went lower by 4.31% to Rs 57.65 on the BSE. At the NSE, it fell 4.97% to Rs 57.30.
In volume terms, 14.86 lakh shares of the company were traded at the BSE in morning trade, while 2.20 crore shares on the NSE.
Patidar was one of the first few employees of Zomato and built the core tech systems for the company, it said in a regulatory filing on Monday.
"Over the last ten plus years, he also nurtured a stellar tech leadership team that is capable of taking on the mantle of leading the tech function going forward. His contribution to building Zomato has been invaluable," the company said.
It, however, did not disclose reasons for his resignation.
Zomato has seen several top executives quit in recent months. In November, Mohit Gupta, who was elevated to the status of Co-founder in 2020, and Rahul Ganjoo, Head of New Businesses at Zomato, stepped down.
Zomato’s Vice President of Global Growth, Siddharth Jhawar, resigned from his position to join Moloco as the Country Manager for India. In August, Zomato was looking to create a group business under a multi-CEO model. The group company was likely to be called Eternal, according to earlier reports based on Zomato’s internal communication.
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Edited by Megha Reddy