Federal prosecutors charged two former employees of fashion trade show organizer ENK International with conspiracy Monday after the pair allegedly tried to steal confidential business information.
A complaint filed in the U.S. Court in Manhattan said Morgan Gantt, 24, of Jersey City, N.J., used company computers in August to send former colleague Jeffrey White, 27, of Brooklyn, information about hundreds of retail buyers and trade show guests after White had been fired the previous month for insubordination.
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