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Classified in: Transportation
Subject: LAW

Stefan Krause, Former CFO of Faraday Future, Resigns from Company



LOS ANGELES, Nov. 10, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Stefan Krause, former CFO of Faraday Future, today issued the following statement:

Faraday Future issued a statement today that falsely described my departure from the company. The truth is that I resigned from Faraday Future on October 14, effective immediately.

The company's statement inaccurately portrays the circumstances surrounding my departure, and includes baseless and defamatory statements about me and my contributions to the company.  

I have retained legal counsel and will be exploring all options available to me.

 

SOURCE Stefan Krause


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