Steve Jobs Emailed Eric Schmidt To Tell Him To Stop Stealing Employees
Jan 30, 2012 12:39
Two weeks ago we posted about a civil lawsuit looming over the heads of some top Silicon Valley companies for conspiring to not poach each other's employees. The latest involves the late Steve Jobs sending Eric Schmidt an email demanding that Google stops stealing theirs.
Reuters say the email, sent in 2007, was quickly acted upon by a receptive Schmidt.
"I would be very pleased if your recruiting department would stop doing this," Jobs wrote.
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