According to newly released documents in a closely watched case alleging big tech companies colluded to suppress wages, Google considered having its cofounders personally recruit Facebook workers and instituted a policy to make counteroffers within an hour to workers offered jobs by Facebook. Google’s concern about Facebook hiring its employees has been a theme in the case, in which 64,000 tech workers accuse Google, Apple , Intel and Adobe of conspiring not to recruit each other’s tech talent. The documents posted Friday dramatize how Facebook, which was never part of the no-recruiting pact, disrupted a chummy network among tech giants.
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