Judge Throws Out Charges Against Former Goldman Programmer Aleynikov

By Steve GoldsteinMarketWatch Pulse

A New York state judge has thrown out charges against Sergey Aleynikov, the former Goldman Sachs programmer charged with stealing computer code, according to press reports. That ends a second trial against the high-frequency-trading coder, who had federal charges thrown out by an appellate court.

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