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Apple and Other Tech Firms May Settle With DOJ on Anti-Poaching Agreements

Apple and Other Tech Firms May Settle With DOJ on Anti-Poaching Agreements

Posted September 17, 2010 at 12:17pm by iClarified · 5484 views
Technology companies, including Apple, are in the final stages of negotiations with the Justice department to avoid a court case over their anti-poaching agreements.

Companies including, Google Inc., Apple Inc., Intel Corp., Adobe Systems Inc., Intuit Inc. and Walt Disney Co. unit Pixar Animation have agreements to not poach each other's employees. The Justice Department says this holds down wages and harms workers.

According to the WSJ, the talks are still fluid, these people said, with some companies more willing to settle to avoid an antitrust case than others. If negotiations falter, both sides could be headed for a defining court battle that could help decide the legality of such arrangements throughout the U.S. economy.

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Neerav Kothari
Neerav Kothari - September 18, 2010 at 1:08am
What is termed as poaching is simply a 'better opportunity' for the employees. If these companies enter an agreement, the options for better jobs will seize for these employees, and may lead these companies to exploit the fact that they wont be working for their competitors.
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