Hackers steal research data from Sweden's Volvo Cars – ETCIO.com

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“Investigations so far confirm that a limited amount of the company’s R&D property has been stolen during the intrusion,” Volvo added. It warned that “there may be an impact on the company’s operation” from the hack, sending its stock falling 3.5 percent in Stockholm, to 72.44 kronor ($8.00, 7.06 euros).
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