As troubled publisher Atari continues to fight to keep its head above water, it's been announced that chief financial officer Diane Baker resigned from the company on February 17th.
According to Atari, Baker has left to take on a new role at another unnamed company. Bonnell, who is currently chairman of Atari as well as CEO, will also act as CFO until an internal replacement for Baker is found.
Baker's resignation follows a series of difficulties for Atari. Third quarter results were disappointing, and HSBC recently cut off the publisher's credit line - leading to CEO Bruno Bonnell's announcement last month that the workforce would be slashed by 20 per cent. Atari also plans to sell off its development studios in a bid to find extra funds.