Microsoft's new legal vista: Google
In addition to other vistas described by Monica Bay, Microsoft is seeking "to prevent Google from hiring a Microsoft executive, Kai-Fu Lee, who would establish a new Google research facility in China and lead its operations there," according to The Wired GC.
Why? Well, writes the anonymous GC, it could be Mr. Lee's noncompete clause. Or it could be the fact that Mr. Lee was working on search. Or the fact that he's the highest-ranking exec yet recruited from Microsoft by the high-flying search engine Google. Or it could have something to do with this graphic below, he writes.
You be the judge.
Posted by Laurel Newby on July 25, 2005 at 02:55 PM | Permalink
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