Web Summit co-founder describes ‘toxic’ relationship with Cosgrave
David Kelly has alleged that his former business partner made financial decisions without consultation of shareholders and used company money to fund ‘personal’ projects
Paddy Cosgrave, a founder of Web Summit, has been accused of shareholder oppression and using company funds to finance his own personal projects in an affidavit filed by his former colleague and co-founder of Web Summit.
David Kelly filed High Court proceedings against Cosgrave last week with a 90-page affidavit that made a string of allegations against his former colleague, including that he made financial decisions without consultation of shareholders and used company money to...
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