Lumber Liquidators has not had much luck getting its top executives to stick around as of late.

The company’s chief compliance officer, Ray Cotton, quietly resigned in May of 2015.

Then, in November, it elected John Presley as chief executive — the second time that year it had to change CEOs.

Now, Presley is resigning, and it’s unclear whether the move comes as a result of his leukemia. According to a report in February, Presley said he was battling leukemia and would be going through a 30-day hospital treatment, though he’d remain involved in day-to-day operations.

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