Yeti CFO Paul Carbone resigning effective Oct. 28, shares dip 3.5% premarket


Yeti Holdings Inc. YETI, -4.02% said Friday that Chief Financial Officer Paul Carbone is resigning effective Oct. 28, to pursue a business opportunity that will allow him to be closer to family in Boston. The provider of outdoor products such as coolers and drinkware and backpacks has commenced a search for a replacement. Shares were down 3.5% premarket and have fallen 65% in the year to date, while the S&P 500 SPX, -1.72% has fallen 21%.

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