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Sour news for the Chobani CEO. Hamdi Ulukaya, founder of the popular Greek-style yogurt brand Chobani is being sued by his former wife Ayse Giray. The doctor is accusing her ex of cheating her out of a majority share of the Norwich, N.Y., dairy empire. In 2011, the company's revenues topped $600-million and its three-year growth rate was a whopping 2,662 per cent. New York Post and Inc.com

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