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Dubber fires CEO over missing millions

- April 10, 2024 2 MIN READ

The board of ASX-listed Dubber has fired cofounder Steve McGovern as CEO over $26.6 million in missing company funds. In a statement to the ASX late on Tuesday night, the company said they terminated McGovern’s employment yesterday after investigations over the last five weeks into the missing cash alleged that “McGovern and the trustee were… Read more »

Steve McGovern, Dubber

ASIC stops Dubber’s CEO and a lawyer from leaving Australia over company’s missing $26.6 million

- March 22, 2024 2 MIN READ

The Australian Securities and Investments Commission has stepped in to prevent ASX-listed Dubber’s CEO and cofounder, Steve McGovern, and lawyer Mark Madafferi, principal of North Melbourne law firm, Christopher William Legal, from leaving the country as investigations continue into $26.6 million missing from the business. The corporate regulator applied to the Federal Court on March… Read more »

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Investor Alex Waislitz comes to Dubber’s rescue with $5 million loan as hunt for missing millions continues

- March 18, 2024 2 MIN READ

ASX-listed voice data company Dubber is borrowing $5 million in bridging finance from existing investor Alex Waislitz to solve a cash flow crisis after more than $26 million of the company’s funds went missing. Tiga Trading, a company associated with the Melbourne billionaire’s Thorney Investment Group, is stumping up the cash as a loan secured… Read more »


Dubber is ramping up its AI capabilities after acquiring Brisbane startup Notiv for $6.6 million

- September 20, 2021 2 MIN READ

ASX-listed voice data company Dubber (ASX: DUB) has acquired Brisbane tech startup Notiv in a deal worth $6.6 million. The M&A deal will see Dubber accelerate its artificial intelligence program and capabilities. Notiv was founded by tech industry veterans Chris Raethke, a BugCrowd co-founder, and Dr Iain McCowan in 2018 to improve meeting note taking.… Read more »