Microsoft, Google duke it out for China – Stefanie Olsen

From CNET News.com:

China is quickly proving to be the next great Internet marketplace, and both and are prepared to fight for it, starting in American courtrooms.

On Monday, the software giant sued Kai-Fu Lee, a former vice president of search technologies and Microsoft’s chief architect of business strategy in China, for an alleged breach of a noncompete and confidentiality agreement. Microsoft also sued Google, claiming it was knowingly complicit in the alleged breach when it hired Lee to head up its new Chinese research center.

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