The music streaming company called Tidal, which is run by the most popular American rapper Jay-Z, very recently, had two executives fired from the company, one is the CFO Chris Hart and other is the COO Nils Juell.
According to a Swedish news site called Breakit reported that the CFO Chris Hart was fired because of an argument about how the company deals with the user and streaming numbers.
On the other hand, the Dagens Næringsliv which is a Norwegian newspaper also confirmed in a report that the COO Nils Juell has been fired from Tidal, as he was on holiday and reluctant to tell anything about this.
Furthermore, Tidal confirmed the news to Music Week, saying “Tidal has terminated CFO Chris Hart and COO Nils Juell. As Tidal has grown into a global operation serving 46 countries we have moved our accounting and operations team to New York while our technology team and key support staff remain in Oslo.”
Though Hart joined at Tidal in 2012 but he played a role as CFO in 2014 while Juell started in 2007 as COO.
It was accounted for a week ago that offers of Kanye West’s new collection “The Life of Pablo” were left off the outlines in light of the fact that Tidal didn’t give gushing information to Nielsen Music. It’s as of now hazy whether the contention that created Hart’s flight is connected to that occurrence.
Tidal has seen a string of prominent takeoffs from the organization since it was gained by Jay-Z a year ago. The administration has lost two CEOs, its boss venture officer, the US showcasing chief, the senior VP of mark and craftsman relations, and now its CFO and COO are purportedly gone as well.