Tyson Foods CFO Arrested For Public Intoxication

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At a glance

  • Mr. Tyson, 32, was charged with public intoxication and criminal trespass in the early hours of Sunday morning after Fayetteville, Arkansas, police responded to a burglary call from a “college age” woman who said she had just arrived home to find a man she did not know asleep in her bed, according to the preliminary police report.
  • Tyson was promoted to CFO in late September, after joining the company in 2019.
  • Prior to joining Tyson, he held various roles in investment banking, private equity, and venture capital, including at J.P. Morgan.

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