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Submission + - Apple and Google face salary fixing lawsuit (macworld.com.au)

beaverdownunder writes: Google, Apple, Adobe and Intel have been accused of maintaining an agreement not to poach each other's staff, thus restricting increases in salary and restricting career development.

California District Judge Lucy Koh has found that the plaintiffs have adequately demonstrated antitrust injury. Sparked by a request from the late Steve Jobs, from 2005 to 2007 the defendants had a 'no cold-call' policy of staff recruitment amongst themselves.

Jobs is also alleged to have threatened Palm with litigation for not entering into a 'no cold-call' agreement with Apple.

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Apple and Google face salary fixing lawsuit

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