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The Pre-Mind Camp 3.0 Party: Venture All Stars

Posted by Andru Edwards Categories: Activities, Upcoming,

Guys, if you are in Seattle, you want to be at our Pre-Mind Camp 2.0 networking party. Here are the details:

The Venture All Stars Network & Gear Live will host a live video blog show featuring guest business delegates, cool gadgets and cutting edge new media technologies. The event will cover how to leverage new media such as blogging, podcasting and other forms of communications that are critical to your business. The event is targeted towards entrepreneurs, angel investors, venture capitalists, and service providers who want to build new relationships. Cool tech and progressive people will make this a grass roots effort to build your connections—while making a nice food donation to our friends at Food Life Line.
DATE: Thursday, October 5th

TIME: Doors Open 5:00pm, Speakers 5:45pm-7:30pm, Networking 7:30pm-9:00pm, Bands 9:00pm-2:00am Featuring - ANDREA WITTGENS CD RELEASE PARTY, CARRIE CLARK & THE LONESOME LOVERS, DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY, BRE LAUGHLIN

LOCATION: Nectar Lounge, located in Fremont at 412 N. 36th St. Seattle , WA 98103 [venue]

EVENT TICKETS: $20 per person pre-registration (register below). 21+ID

FOOD DONATION: Food donation required for Food Life Line. Space is Limited to 200 Guests.

DRESS CODE: Business Casual to Very Casual. Feel free to leave the tie in the car and relax.

LIBATIONS: Ice Cold - Happy Hour drink specials and food go until 7pm. We are talking about “startup prices” here baby with $4 & $6 pitchers, $3 apps & $5 pizzas. We guarantee no “high dollar gouging” for drinks & food that you are forced to pay for at the “hotel events”.

For the full info sheet, jump over to the Venture All Stars page.

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Apple Shareholders Sue Apple

Posted by Yuan Zhao Categories: Apple, Corporate News,

AppleAccording to Macworld, Apple shareholders have filed a suit against the Cupertino-based company in light of the ongoing investigation concerning Apple’s stock scandal. According to the suit, Steve Jobs and other executives changed their option-grant dates in order to “reap millions of dollars in unlawful profits.” Recently, Nasdaq has put Apple on notice for not complying with the exchange’s rules and is demanding that the company submit its latest financial report. If the company were to be taken off the stock exchange, stockholders would likely lose out. Until this latest development, Steve Jobs had not been implicated in the matter. We’ll just have to watch how this one plays out.

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