Keeping Secrets (Part 1)

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Last October, many of us were shocked to read in newspapers that Procter & Gamble, a leading Fortune 500 firm, settled a dispute with European based Unilever over accusations of blatant corporate espionage - better known as economic warfare.

With the reputation of corporate America being so cutthroat, it probably comes as no surprise that the stealing of trade secrets and proprietary enterprise information happens more often than we think. But what will surprise you is that a majority of these crimes are perpetrated by offenders who ...

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