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Ex-Apple engineer pleads not guilty in trade secret theft case

A former Apple engineer charged with stealing driverless car secrets for a Chinese startup pleaded not guilty in federal court in San Jose, Calif.


U.S. lights come on for China's Rebo

Chinese auto supplier Rebo enters the North American market with its purchase of Federal-Mogul's lighting division.

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