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Ousted Hyperloop One cofounder sues, claims company ‘rife with nepotism’

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Brogan BamBrogan has not quietly stepped back from his chief technology officer duties at Hyperloop One.

Instead, he filed a wrongful termination lawsuit alleging nepotism and waste along with four other former Hyperloop One employees.

According to the lawsuit filed Tuesday, the group of former Hyperloop One employees say they were forced out after suggesting in a letter, quoted partially below, that the company, which is working on a sub-supersonic transportation system, make some changes.

BamBrogan brought the suit less than two weeks after he reportedly stepped down from the company he founded with investor Shervin Pishevar in 2015.   Read more…

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