By Eddie Allen DETROIT, Nov 30 (Reuters) - A former General Motors Co engineer and her husband were found guilty on Friday of conspiring to steal the automaker's trade secrets. Shanshan Du, 53, the former GM employee, was ruled guilty of conspiracy to possess trade secrets without authorization and two counts of unauthorized possession of trade secrets. She was found not guilty of three counts of wire fraud. Du's husband, Yu Qin, 51, was found ...
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