Recently appointed by Harley-Davidson, MV Agusta managing director Enrico D'Onofrio has been accused by Ducati of industrial espionage. Ducati apparently had enough evidence in the claim for Italy's financial enforcement agency, the Guardia di Finanza, to warrant a search and seizure in Varese where D'Onofrio keeps his office and residence. So far Ducati isn't commenting, but we know D'Onofrio's laptop, believed to be holding the evidence, was taken.
D'Onofrio was formerly Ducati's Chief Financial Officer, and as
had access to highly sensitive company information. That said, we're
hoping this is a case of hurt feelings, flared tempers and too much
via Two Wheels