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Discovery Financial Services CEO Resigns


By Will Feuer

Discovery Financial Services announced that Chief Executive Roger Hochschild has resigned. John Owen, a member of Discovery’s board since 2022, has been appointed as interim CEO while the company searches for a permanent replacement. In order to find the right candidate, Discovery has enlisted the services of an executive-search firm. Following this news, the company’s shares experienced a decline of almost 5% in after-hours trading, settling at $98.00.

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