Countering industrial espionage by Peter Heims

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Instead of being offered a rival's secrets this time, their own were stolen and offered to a rival concern, Colgate-palmolive. John Louis Brand, a 30-years-old advertising executive, was found guilty at the old Bailey of receiving confidential documents knowing them to have been stolen. He worked as an advertising executive, but not for the advertising company handling the accouni of Procter,and Gamble; nor, indeed, were his own employers The Professionals 55 involved in the least degree with the illegalities with which Brand was charged.

4. 5. The investigator worked in a London Detective Agency. The detective agency had strong contacts in Germany. The girl did not know the name of the client and would not discuss the name of the agency until some information had been passed over to her. Money would be paid in cash for information. She had tried other means of securing the information she sought. She had applied for a job with the company, and although offered a further interview had not taken it up. She boasted of being married to a senior police officer, and of being able to involve protectors capable of using strongarm tactics where these proved necessary.

62 16th Arrondissement. " "Here is a man showing you comparative no indication whatever of any business being conducted there. Some diplomats interested in following up the advertisement would, however, not have far to go, for there are several embassies in the same street. Attempting to get information on tenders submitted by rival firms is very common indeed. " "No. " to employees, either directly or indirectly, with promises of specific payment, gifts or favours if the required information is forthcoming.

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