Emotion Mining Company, announced sometime back that it has constituted its new Board of Directors along with key executive changes. Though founded in 1987, the company has been firing on empty for 30 years save the year it brought in a turn around executive who helped things look up and then shortchanged him too. Thomas Snyder, the controversial founder of the company who has been accused by several investors of shortchanging them was forced to step down from the board. The disillusioned former President & CEO Satish Jha, an early stage investor and start-up mentor, who was brought in to lead EMCI in 2015 and worked there full time until the company reached the next level has also relinquished his roles as the President and CEO. During his tenure Satish Jha was known for bringing in a new executive team, revamping the Board, bringing in fresh investments, leading the development of technology and acquiring long term business for the company. He was known to have created a momentum for EMCI and many investors want him back to run it. Harry (Hawk) Furman has been most vocal about getting Satish Jha back to led EMCI. It is understood that after housecleaning at EMCI Satish Jha fell out of favours with the founders while other shareholders wanted him and has now moved on to the chairmanship of some other startups. That leaves the victims of Thomas Snyder”s machinations with little hope of redressing their grievances.
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