Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 23rd Jan 2013 11:37 UTC
Legal Back in 2010, Apple, Google, Intel, Adobe, and a few others settled with the US Department of Justice regarding their anti-poaching agreements concerning employees. While the CEOs did a good job of escaping possible prosecution, the affected employees filed a class action lawsuit about this, and judge Lucy Koh has just unsealed a number of emails concerning this case. They paint a pretty grim picture of Steve Jobs and Eric Schmidt engaging in mafia practices, threatening smaller companies with patent litigation if they didn't agree to the no-poaching agreements, or demanding to handle matters verbally as to not leave a paper trail.
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RE[5]: No, only Jobs
by MOS6510 on Thu 24th Jan 2013 12:15 UTC in reply to "RE[4]: No, only Jobs"
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Apparently, according to researchers, people who cheat in school and at exams are more successful in life than those who don't.

Cheaters bend the rules or break them to achieve goals.

So in a way you and Dark Helmet are right.

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