Tidal’s top executive left the company months ago

In a major loss for the streaming service, Tidal executive Vania Schlogel resigned from the company this past summer, according to The New York Times. Schlogel was part of the exploratory group assembled by Jay Z and his company Roc Nation last year before the $56 million purchase of the Norwegian company, and had been the public face of Tidal since its relaunch in March. Although Schlogel’s title was chief investment officer, she exerted much more influence over the company — especially since there hasn’t been a permanent CEO since April.

“There has been less of a need from a financial investment standpoint,” a Tidal spokesperson told the The New York Times about Schlogel’s departure. Despite the spin, this is the second major…

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