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A federal jury rejected a former Coca-Cola secretary’s claim that she was duped by two ex-cons and convicted her Friday of conspiring to steal trade secrets from the world’s largest beverage maker in an effort to sell them to rival Pepsi. Joya Williams faces up to 10 years in prison. No sentencing date was immediately set.

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