ConnectWise co-founder takes indefinite leave

Doug Woodburn
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Brother of CEO Arnie Bellini said to have fallen to 'overuse' of pain medications

The man tasked with spearheading Connectwise's international expansion, David Bellini, has taken an indefinite leave from the company, a statement from the firm has confirmed. According to repor...

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