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Divvy corporate parent says former COO lied, stole company data when he left to launch competitor

Jonathan Bilyk Nov. 4, 2015, 9:00pm

The company that runs Chicago’s Divvy bike sharing program, as well as bike sharing programs in other cities, has filed suit against the executive who formerly oversaw Divvy, saying he broke his contract, stole company information and lied to company leadership when he left the company this summer to take the helm at a startup intended to compete with Divvy’s corporate parent. On Nov. 4, New York-based Motivate International Inc. filed its complaint in Chicago federal court against Edward Inlow