Microsoft said it is suing one of its former executives recruited by Google to run the latter's new research center in China, according to published reports. The announcement came as Google said it was to tap into the Chinese market by opening a research and development center to be headed by former Microsoft executive Lee Kai-Fu before October. Microsoft said it wants Lee and Google to honor the confidentiality and non-competition agreements Lee signed when he was with Microsoft. Google said its R&D site in China is part of a strategy to build research centers worldwide to learn how offerings can be better adapted to different cultures.
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