Haven's COO is out: 5 things to know

The COO of a health joint venture started by Amazon, Berkshire Hathaway and JPMorgan Chase stepped down, according to CNBC.

Five things to know:

1. Jack Stoddard, a former executive at Comcast and Optum, left nine months into the venture, named Haven.

2. Mr. Stoddard said he left Haven because of the length of his commute from Philadelphia to the company's Boston headquarters, along with other personal reasons.

3. A Haven spokesperson told CNBC: "Jack played an important role in the early stages of Haven, but we understand his decision to leave the company for family reasons. We want to thank him for all of his contributions."

4. Haven has not named a replacement for Mr. Stoddard.

5. Before joining Haven, Mr. Stoddard was part of the executive team that created Optum.   

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