The head of Stada, the German drugmaker at the centre of a takeover battle, confirmed his car had been bugged last year but reassured investors that the company had not suffered as a result. "I have no reason to assume that any confidential business information went into the wrong hands," Chief Executive Matthias Wiedenfels told a news conference on Wednesday after the group announced annual financial results.
Germany's Manager Magazin reported last week that Wiedenfels
found a listening device in his car and that he was also
anonymously sent photographs taken of him in confidential
business situations and outside of the office. more
Did you expect him to say, "Oh yes, confidential business
information went into the wrong hands. The company has suffered as a
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