Borland has settled the lawsuit it filed against Microsoft in May, which accused the software giant of poaching its staff in a deliberate attempt to harm its business. Borland claimed Microsoft had offered large salaries to tempt away at least 34 software engineers and marketing managers in order to acquire the smaller company's trade secrets and drive it out of business. Although the terms of the settlement were confidential, a joint statement said that it was "in the best interests of both our companies. This settlement resolves any legal questions and allows both companies to move forward."
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