Fraternity Brothers Fight Over Ownership of Fast-Growing Mobile App

Lawsuit says Yik Yak founders owe their friend a share

A story of "betrayal" and "greed"—it's a story as old as apps themselves. And now a fraternity brother is claiming he was robbed of his stake in Yik Yak, a fast-growing app where college kids post anonymously. Now, Douglas Joseph Warstler is suing his former fraternity brothers for a third of the company, which is about to raise $75 million, according to the lawsuit.