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Secrets for Sale

Secrets for Sale

Secrets for Sale
Spying is an ever present threat in today's corporate world. It takes on many forms and can go undetected for years before the financial losses are revealed.

Spying is an ever-present threat in the workplace. From the coworker in the next cubicle to foreign governments, the faces of corporate espionage are all around us. Boeing, Intel and Coca-Cola have all been targets. The losses - estimated by the FBI to be more than 13 billion dollars a year in the United States - can go undetected for years despite sophisticated security. Crime Inc. follows cases where livelihoods are threatened, reputations ruined and trade secrets are bought and sold.

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  • Boeing Spy Case     Monday, 13 Aug 2012 | 12:00 AM ET

    Supervisory Special Agent Jim Gaylord details how spy Dongfan "Greg" Chung printed documents before he retired from his job at Boeing. Chung was spying for the Chinese government while working as a Boeing engineer.

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  • Crime Inc. follows cases where livelihoods are threatened, reputations ruined and trade secrets are bought and sold.

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