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Things are getting worse at Better.
More executives have resigned from nearly three months after the online mortgage lender laid off 900 employees via Zoom and as the company prepares for more layoffs, according to multiple sources familiar with the internal happenings at the company. Those sources include both current and former employees.
The latest events at the company involve the resignations of four more top executives, including Clayton Coral, the company’s VP of finance; Christian Wallace, head of real estate; Paul Tyger, general manager of purchase; and Stephen Rosen, head of sales.
TechCrunch has reached out to for comment, as well as to the four individuals, but had not heard back ahead of the publication of this story.
In a LinkedIn post dated February 16, Coral announced his departure, stating that he was leaving after nearly three years in his role as VP of finance. He wrote:
I have decided to leave and seek new opportunities. My time at Better was an incredibly rewarding experience and I am grateful to my colleagues, particularly those in the fin …

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