Jawbone has failed in a legal bid to block rival Fitbit from operating in the United States, after a US International Trade Commission judge ruled that Fitbit had not stolen trade secrets from the manufacturer. 296 more words
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Fitbit did not violate Jawbone’s trade secrets, according to a ruling issued Tuesday by the US International Trade Commission (ITC).
The case began when Jawbone accused Fitbit of poaching its employees and using their knowledge of Jawbone’s trade secrets. 687 more words
(Reuters) – Fitbit did not steal rival Jawbone’s trade secrets, a U.S. International Trade Commission judge ruled on Tuesday, dashing Jawbone’s hopes of securing an import ban against Fitbit’s wearable fitness tracking devices. 329 more words
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Wearable maker Jawbone recently tried to sell itself to a hardware manufacturer, according to a report today from The Information. People with knowledge of the company’s plans told The Information that Jawbone’s top executives have continually engaged in conversations with potential buyers, stressing the company’s financial obligations to investors. 277 more words