(Bloomberg) -- There was chatter for months within the tight-knit network of Silicon Valley self-driving whizzes: Where was one of their industry’s most-prominent players going to land?

The world found out last week when Tesla Motors Inc. sued Sterling Anderson, the former director of its Autopilot program. The electric-car maker alleged Anderson started working months ago with Chris Urmson, the former head of Google’s self-driving car program.

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