A jury in a U.S. District Court awarded the supplier, UK-based Miller $74 million in damages, according to the Journal.
The Journal noted the suit charged Caterpillar with taking advantage of its position as Miller’s largest customer to gain access to its trade secrets and used them to produce its own couplers rather than buying them from the firm.
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