Your best salesmen quit and joined your toughest rival in the Tulsa "metals" niche.  And they, like, totally disrespected their covenants not to compete.  Plus they cut just enough off the secret price you quoted a good customer to steal the business!

Except you didn't tell the customer to keep the quote secret.  You lose, the Tenth Circuit held, on your trade secret claim.  Stainless Steel, L.P. v. Sappington , No. 08-5127 (10th Cir. Sept. 21, 2009) (applying Oklahoma law).