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GameStop fires COO and EVP without cause

Long-serving execs depart retail giant

GameStop COO Tony Bartel and EVP Michael Hogan have been let go by the games retail giant.

The news follows the imminent departure of former GameStop CEO Paul Raines, who is stepping down due to a recurring brain tumour, and the appointment of new CEO Mike Mauler - who has been part of the GameStop business for 16 years.

Bartel is one of GameStop's longest-serving employees, having worked in various senior roles, including president between 2010 and 2015, and COO ever since.

Hogan has been with the firm for 10 years, and was EVP of the firm's strategic business and brand development. He's been responsible for the firm's marketing strategy, pre-owned business and online presence.

Both were terminated without cause, which means they will receive full payments and benefits as stipulated in their contracts.

No replacements have been named.

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