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Evidence of Apple’s Anti-Poaching Collusion
In May, Reuters reported on a settlement between Apple, Google, Intel, and Adobe with former employees who claimed the companies were involved in an antitrust violation, this one involving an anti-poaching agreement. Last week, Gigaom reported that the ruling judge in the case, Lucy Koh, rejected the proposed settlement, stating that it was too low. At the time, Gigaom noted that Judge Koh called former Apple CEO Steve Jobs as a central figure in the alleged conspiracy.
This week, we are learning that an Apple shareholder is now suing the company, current CEO Tim Cook, and the estate of Jobs.
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