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Derek Handley to walk away with more than $100,000 after government role terminated

New Zealand Herald Thursday, 13 September 2018
Derek Handley to walk away with more than $100,000 after government role terminatedEntrepreneur Derek Handley will walk away with three months' pay after being offered the role of government chief technology officer role a month ago, then having his contract terminated.Handley will walk away with around $107,500....
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