There are clearly a plethora of poaching-related topics, but not all of them seem appropriate for this site or organization. Some are better left to other organizations more finely attuned to these cognate and tangential topics. Some of these are obvious; some are far less obvious.
Although it's the exact same term, and it means essentially the same thing poaching means here, the practice of business or corporate poaching--or more appropriately, raiding (especially for sports franchises)--is certainly not the purview of NAP. Corporate poaching is about improving the bottom-line--both the corporation's bottom-line and the individual(s) being "poached" by that corporation--while animal poaching is most definitely not. This site/organization is centered around (non-human) animal poaching, which is an activity that is undertaken without an ounce of regard to those animals' best, self-interests. Animal poaching is about nothing but exploitation, pure and simple, whereby the animals being poached wind up dead.
In like manner--having indicated that corporate poaching differs from animal poaching because the former deals with humans, this raises the question of human trafficking, which is, at bottom, the "poaching" of humans against their will, much the same as animal poaching. Although it's an equally disgusting practice (just like animal poaching), human trafficking is not, per se, about killing the "poached" individuals; it's about using them as slaves and selling them as labor-intensive commodities, which means keeping them alive. While this is a repugnant practice, human trafficking news stories are not what this site or organization is about. The people who engage in human trafficking might be deemed "animals," but the human beings they poach/enslave are decidedly not animals.