The founder of the popular Web-based listings service Craig’s List Inc. and the former CEO of the company are embroiled in a nasty spat that will likely land them in arbitration proceedings.

As the man behind Craig’s List, Craig Newmark turned a simple concept — a community bulletin board where people can post job openings, apartment vacancies and the like — into a resource tapped by virtually every twentysomething in the city.

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