PayPal sues Google and two executives

PayPal has sued Google and two of its executives in a lawsuit alleging that the company stole trade secrets and employees.  The non-compete dispute lawsuit was filed in a federal Santa Clara County court.

PayPal filed the lawsuit just hours after Google introduced a new mobile payment service called Google Wallet.  Two Google executives and former PayPal employees are named in the lawsuit and accused of giving Google “intellectual property related to mobile payment technology.”

Google officials said they will fight the allegations and noted that California laws allow workers to “use their knowledge and expertise to seek better employment opportunities.”

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