Eaze CEO Resigns
Eaze CEO, Rogelio Choy, has resigned, first reported by Weedweek, and has been replaced by executive Cory Azzalino.
Choy became CEO of Eaze when CEO Jim Patterson stepped down in 2019. Patterson’s departure was not reportedly linked to any federal investigations, but rather layoffs and a changing company focus. However, in 2021 he pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy to commit bank fraud. Under Choy’s leadership, the company cooperated with federal investigators and has not been charged. No official statement from the company was released regarding Choy’s resignation.
iAnthus Director Resigns
iAnthus Capital Holdings, Inc. ITHUF IAN, which owns, operates and partners with regulated cannabis operations across the U.S. announced that Marco D’Attanasio has resigned from the board of directors. D’Attanasio joined the board on June 24, 2022 upon completion of the company’s previously announced recapitalization transaction.
“On behalf of the entire iAnthus team, we thank Marco for his valuable contributions to the company. We appreciate the opportunity we had to benefit from Marco’s extensive professional background, thorough business acumen and the strategic insights he brought to our board after closing the recapitalization transaction,” stated Robert Galvin, iAnthus interim CEO.
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