Apple claims a Mountain View startup hired engineers and stole trade secrets

Apple claims a Mountain View startup hired engineers and stole trade secrets

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  • “Rivos continues to target Apple engineers, with more departures occurring this month,” the lawsuit filed Friday alleged. The startup, currently describing itself on its website as in “stealth mode,” has hired more than 40 for . . .

  • The Cupertino iPhone company’s claims are based on “forensic analysis” of company devices. Bay Area News Group | ETHAN BARON | ebaron@bayareanewsgroup.com UPDATED: May 3, 2022 at 3:15 p.m. | PUBLISHED: May 3, 2022 at 1:22 p.m. Apple has filed a lawsuit against Rivos, a Mountain View startup that it claims poached employees who took chip-design secrets with them when they left the Cupertino iPhone maker.

Tags: AppleComputersiPhonePM ReportStartupsTechnology. Ethan Baron is a business reporter at The Mercury News, and a native of Silicon Valley before it was Silicon Valley. Baron has worked as a reporter, columnist, editor and photographer in newspapers and magazines for 25 years, covering business, politics, social issues, crime, the environment, outdoor sports, war and humanitarian crises.

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