Atea's former group CEO Claus Hougesen has been given a lighter jail sentence by the Danish High Court after he was found guilty last year for his involvement in a bribery scandal involving Atea and public sector employees. Hougesen (pictured) was sentenced to 10 months in prison last year for his part in the exchange of DKK 576,000 (€77,000) in bribes between Atea employees and IT staff in the Danish public sector. On Friday, the former CEO's sentence was reduced to six months including 120...
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We break down the key points on the rationale behind the move and how it will impact its MSP business
Move would establish MSP arm as a standalone company under existing president John Pagliuca