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2008_04_bucks-thumb-thumb-thumb.jpgStarbucks has settled a lawsuit against former executive Paul Twohig, who was accused of violating a non-compete agreement when he accepted a job at bitter (har) rival Dunkin’ Donuts. As part of the settlement, Twohig must pay Starbucks $500,000 and in return he will be allowed to take part in the standard orientation program for Dunkin’ execs, but he then has to take a leave of absences until January 2010. [NRN]

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