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Talkspace, the virtual behavioral health company that went public in a splashy SPAC merger earlier this year, has lost a number of its top executives in the past week, raising questions about its ability to maintain its early-mover advantage in a space with more and more startups vying for traction.

On Monday, the company announced that chief operating officer Mark Hirschhorn had resigned following an internal review of “conduct in connection with a company offsite that took place late last week.” Further details were not available about what prompted the review.

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