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News - August 30, 2019

Ex-Uber executive pleads not guilty to stealing Google's self-driving car secrets

by Bay City News Service

A former Uber executive credited with co-founding a self-driving car project for Google pleaded not guilty Tuesday, Aug. 27, in federal court in San Jose to 33 counts of alleged theft of trade secrets from the search giant.

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