IBM Stole IP For Cloud Computing Tech, Ex-Worker Says
Law360 (March 24, 2021, 6:48 PM EDT) — IBM stole trade secrets and intellectual property from one of its former employees after he secured multimillion-dollar contracts for IBM with financial institutions, before firing him and using his technology to drive its cloud computing business, according to a lawsuit filed this week in Manhattan federal court.
Gerald Hayden, a veteran of the banking and finance industries who has worked for giants like Cisco, Blackberry and JPMorgan Chase and has technological experience, developed a business methodology called Awareness to Execution, or A2E, that lets clients integrate workflows across multiple departments and allows computing systems to make decisions based on real-time customer…
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