Boston Globe Sues Printing Co. Over Customer Data

Law360, New York (February 6, 2007, 12:00 AM EST) -- The Boston Globe has fired off a suit against a local printing firm and its employees to block them from using trade secrets the newspaper claims they stole from the Globe’s direct marketing unit.

The Globe, which is owned by the New York Times Co., lodged the suit Monday in Middlesex Superior Court of Massachusetts, alleging that six former employees of its Globe Direct marketing subsidiary departed with key advertising customer documents and product samples to launch a new company in direct competition with the Globe...
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