By Tim Culpan, Bloomberg |
May 27, 2014
For about eight years, the group hacked into U.S. companies including Alcoa Inc., United States Steel Corp. and Westinghouse Electric Co. to steal “sensitive, internal communications,” the Department of Justice alleges.
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