Twitter co-founder Biz Stone has said he has "complete faith" in the current executive board of micro-blogging site and "nothing was missing" even as the the chief operating officer resigned over disagreements with the chief executive.
Stone said as he left the business almost three years ago he was not "completely in tune" with the inner workings of the firm, but added that "maybe we are not measuring the right things."
"I have complete faith in the current exec bench, we built that bench. The reason I felt comfortable leaving was because we put those folks, that talent in place," said Stone who helped launch the micro-blogging site Twitter in 2006.
Chief operating officer (COO) Ali Rowghani announced his resignation last week over a "fundamental disagreement" with CEO Dick Costolo, which sent Twitter shares over 4 percent higher.