A computer programmer charged with stealing trade secrets from his former employer, Goldman Sachs, has been indicted by a federal grand jury in Manhattan.
The indictment accused Sergey Aleynikov of North Caldwell, N.J., of downloading software and sending computer codes to an Internet account in Germany. It said he also stored information at home to take to a new job in Chicago last year.
Aleynikov resigned June 5 from his $400,000-a-year job at Goldman Sachs.