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Huddle's CEO, CTO, and COO have quit 3 months after its acquisition

Huddle offers cloud collaboration software and was once considered a hot rival to Box and Dropbox. After months of financial struggles, the startup was sold in August to San Francisco buyout specialist Turn/River. Now, three months later, Huddle's chief executive and chief operating officer have quit for secure messaging firm Wire. Its CTO has also left. It isn't clear if Huddle has replaced the two senior executives.
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