Russian man convicted of stealing credit card numbers in hacking scheme

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WASHINGTON (Reuters) – A 32-year-old Russian was convicted on Thursday of 38 counts related to a hacking scheme that stole more than 2 million credit card numbers used for fraudulent purchases that cost financial institutions some $169 million, U.S. officials said.