When former Parler CEO John Matze was fired from the company, he was stripped of all of his company shares, according to people familiar with his exit. picture alliance/dpa/picture alliance via Getty I
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The power struggle that led to conservative social media site Parler abruptly firing its founder and CEO John Matze last month became so acrimonious that when Matze was sacked, he was also involuntarily stripped of his entire stake in the company, according to people familiar with Matze’s exit.
In the aftermath of the Jan. 6 attack on the
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