When Timothy J. Jeffrey left the top post at American Huts Inc. in North Palm Beach, he didn’t do so quietly.

The president of the start-up, which owns 102 Pizza Huts in the southeastern United States, faced off on Dec. 12 against a board of directors that accused him of lying to and cheating the company and then fired him on the spot.

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