In a turn of events that has allowed headline writers to craft witticisms such as “Furr Flies,” Adobe announced today that Randy Furr, who joined the company in May as chief financial office and executive vice president, has resigned.
Adobe was at pains to stress that Furr’s resignation is “unrelated to his work performed at Adobe and no issues have been raised regarding the integrity of the company’s financial statements.”
The company has begun a search for a new CFO. In the meantime, Furr has agreed to remain with the company through the end of this year to assist with transition. Until a replacement is found, Bruce Chizen, Adobe’s CEO, will assume the CFO duties.