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March 25 (Bloomberg) — Statements by Facebook Inc. Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg over staff poaching in Silicon Valley could pose antitrust hurdles for her former employer, Google Inc.

Sandberg said in a court filing unsealed last week that while she was an executive at Google in 2006, she knew of an agreement to avoid recruiting some workers from software-company Intuit Inc. That didn’t stop her from refusing to limit hiring of Google employees after she joined Facebook in 2008, she said in the filing.


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