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Man pleads not guilty to stealing trade secrets from Analog Devices

1 month ago   |   By Boston Herald

A Lexington man has pleaded not guilty in federal court to multiple charges of stealing trade secrets from a Massachusetts-based technology company and using the data for his own company.
Haoyang Yu, facing 12 counts counts related to the theft, copying, downloading or uploading, and possession of trade secrets and three counts of smuggling, was released on a $500,000 bond after his arraignment Tuesday before federal Magistrate Judge Judith Dein in U.S. District Court in Boston. He surrendered passports from China and the U.S. for himself and his wife, U.S. passports for his two children...
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