TheStreet.com’s CEO quits immediately after last night’s interview.
Not sure why. After all, the interview that Stewart used to bludgeon Cramer with has been around for quite some time…and on TheStreet.com.
Friday brought more tumult for CNBC anchor Jim Cramer, when the chief executive of his online financial news site, The Street.com, resigned.
The company announced Friday that Thomas Clarke, TheStreet.comâ€™s CEO for the past decade, would be leaving, effective immediately. Heâ€™s been temporarily replaced by Daryl Otte, a longtime director on the companyâ€™s board, who will serve as chief until the search committee, which he is leading, finds a new CEO.
Outsized TV personality and chairman of the board Jim Cramer issued a boilerplate statement on Mr. Clarkeâ€™s departure, saying only, â€œI want to thank Tom for his long-time service to the Company and wish him the best of luck in his future endeavors.â€
The abrupt nature of Mr. Clarkeâ€™s departure only adds to the companyâ€™s troubles in the current bear market. Its stock dropped below $2 per share this week, down from $9.50 per share a year ago.
Does anybody feel bad for him?