Jawbone sues Fitbit for poaching employees with access to confidential information
Fitness wearable maker Jawbone has sued rival company Fitbit over claims that the latter poached employees with access to sensitive information about Jawbone's upcoming products. As reported by The New York Times:
The report goes on to mention that the claims include mentions of former Jawbone employees forwarding and downloading highly confidential information about company products to personal email accounts and thumb drives before they left:
Jawbone and Fitbit are two of the biggest names in the competitive fitness wearable space. As the fierce rivals go to court, this will definitely be an interesting saga to watch unfold if the claims hold up.
Source: The New York Times; Via: Re/Code
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