5725 Quicker change at Faraday: Chair quits after death threats

Quicker change at Faraday: Chair quits after death threats



Faraday Future Intelligent Electric’s executive chair resigned following what the company said were death threats and baseless allegations against certain directors, accelerating a planned leadership transition at the troubled electric vehicle startup.

Two board members stepped down last week along with Executive Chair Susan Swenson, the company said in a securities filing. Adam He was appointed to serve as interim non-executive chair.

Faraday has been rocked by a fight over control, which veered into the morbid last month when the company reported that criticism of current management had escalated to include “threats of physical violence and even death threats.”

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