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by Mike Caswell
Destiny Media Technologies Inc. says that it fired its former president, Steven Vestergaard, after he devoted too much of Destiny's time and resources to running his personal businesses. He was regularly absent from work and was unavailable to manage the company's employees. He also employed a romantic partner at Destiny without disclosing the relationship, the company says.
The statements from Destiny come in response to a wrongful dismissal lawsuit that Mr. Vestergaard filed against the company on Sept. 5, 2017. He claimed that the company's board conspired to remove him as president and sought damages based on his $260,000-per-year salary. He also said that the company defamed him in a regulatory filing that implied he was dishonest and incompetent.
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