Antitrust Antitrust

No-poach agreements 'undermine the American Dream,' DOJ's Price says

By Lewis Crofts and Michael Acton
  • 06 Apr 2022 16:06
  • 13 Apr 2022 13:36
Deals between companies not to poach each other’s staff are harming people "in a very personal way" and stopping them from improving their lives, a senior US Department of Justice official said today.

As the DOJ pursues DaVita and its former chief executive, Kent Thiry, in a Colorado federal court —

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