Ayman Hariri, CEO of viral social app Vero, has shared a document that shows he was not financially tied to or running Saudi construction company Saudi Oger when it left thousands of migrant workers destitute and homeless.
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The decision followed backlash from Vero users and media reports exploring Hariri's ties to the company that caused such damage and destruction to people's well-beings. Hariri did indeed serve as Deputy CEO and Deputy Chairman of Saudi Oger, as explained in a previous statement from Vero's team, until 2013. Read more...More about Lebanon, Vero, Social Apps, Ayman Hariri, and App And Software