It has a little of incredible the history of which ago news the Courier today, because to feel to speak about industrial espionage in the field of the motion he is enough rare what: but the news today is that the general executive manager of Mv Agusta, Enrico D' Onofrio, is inquired for violation of industrial secret, illicit competition and theft aggravated regarding the Ducati. Of Onofrio he is today general executive manager of Mv Agusta (acquired less than a year it makes from the Harley Davidson) from 1° the May, but from the beginning of the year it covered the role of corporate general director, and previously financial director of the Ducati was. Monday the Financial police has completed a search in the office and in the room of Of Onofrio to Varese, where they have been “seized a computer in which it assumes us can be rows informed to us” has explained the lawyer Alexander Diddi, lawyer of Of Onofrio
That then it has gone ahead to explain the situation: “One has not carried via designs or plans: it is taken care of finance and it has only copied given budgetary publics, secret nothing. Numbers that conserved on a computer of its exclusive availability. In going via from the Ducati it has made a back-up of its things, with rows that, from Ducati, say containing classified news. But not there are plans, not are new models of motion. That then it has closed its declaration supporting that “not is no element that Of Onofrio has employed those data to advantage of the new employer “. They will think thus also from the parts of Panigale Village? Al moment is not given to know it, since the Ducati has not commented the news.
He's being investigated for industrial espionage, a computer containing Ducati financial data was found in his Varese (presumably MV) office. Get this... His attorney is claiming it is not espionage since the data (of Ducati's) is merely financial data and contains no info on new Ducati models or Ducati's plans. LOL The above linked story contains another link to the original story on the Courier, the big Italian daily paper.