Former Applied Materials engineers charged with trying to steal trade secrets for Chinese company

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Four former Applied Materials Inc. engineers have been charged in a conspiracy to steal trade secrets from the chipmaker and sell them to a Chinese startup, according to multiple media reports. Liang Chen of Saratoga, Donald Olgado of Palo Alto, Wei-Yung Hsu of San Jose and Robert Ewald of Aptos allegedly conspired to use stolen information from a semiconductor manufacturer in a competing startup based in the U.S. and China, according to The Mercury News. While the company name was not disclosed...

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