SYMANTEC ALLEGES HARASSMENT
SYMANTEC ALLEGES HARASSMENT CUPERTINO, Calif., Sept. 2 /PRNewswire/ -- Symantec Corp.
(NASDAQ: SYMC) stated today that the Santa Cruz County authorities served Symantec with a search warrant in response to a request by Borland International (NASDAQ: BORL) regarding an alleged theft of trade secrets. Symantec is cooperating with the investigation and believes that there is no merit to it.
"We believe that this is an attempt by Borland to inhibit others from hiring Borland employees," said Robert R.B. Dykes, Symantec's executive vice president of worldwide operations and chief financial officer. "This activity is clearly calculated to create publicity and to harass." Symantec Corp., a competitor of Borland, develops, markets and supports application and system software products for personal computers. -0- 9/2/92 /CONTACT: Brian K. Fawkes of Symantec, 408-446-8886/ (SYMC BORL) CO: Symantec Corp.; Borland International ST: California IN: CPR SU:
SC -- NYON1 -- 6190 09/03/92 02:44 EDT
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|Date:||Sep 3, 1992|
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