This week it emerged that Steve Jobs told his counterpart at Palm that Apple might consider filing patent suits against the erstwhile wireless device manufacturer unless it agreed to refrain from tapping-up Apple employees for its own workforce. The threat was revealed during an ongoing antitrust suit brought against Apple, Google, Intel and a number of other high-tech companies by ex-employees, who contend that the firms colluded to restrict the movement of workers between them.

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