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    Thursday, January 24, 2013
    Sparefoot's Pin-Up Calendar Combines Cheekiness, Self Storage
    The folks over at Austin-based Sparefoot have been having some weird fun over at a local self storage facility, and at the same time are raising funds for a non-profit dedicated to cancer research, with a new project: a cheeky, offbeat "pin-up" calendar featuring its employees. Sparefoot said it just released its Bust A Move-in Calendar, which features "firefighter (More info...)

    posted on Thursday, January 24, 2013(Full story)


    Eltek In $4M Brazilian Win
    Eltek, the Plano-based developer of DC power systems for the telecommunications and industrial market, reported today that it has scored a major contract in BRazil. The firm said it will be providing DC power systems and outdoor cabinets for a 2G/3G wireless network expansion project in Brazil. Eltek said the two year project is valued at $4M, and is scheduled to be complete in December of 2014.

    posted on Thursday, January 24, 2013(Full story)


    Dell Founder Michael Dell In Line For Boeing 787
    Michael Dell, the founder of Round Rock-based Dell, is buying a Boeing 787--or at least, was, before the latest round of troubles for the Boeing Dreamliner--according to the Wall Street Journal. The WSJ says Dell is buying a $200M plane from International Lease Finance Corp.

    posted on Thursday, January 24, 2013(Full story)


    Capital Factory Dangles $50K To Move A Startup To Austin

    Are you a prospective startup, looking for a good place for your company while you get booted up? Wish you could just spend six months rent-free while you get your startup together? Austin's Capital Factory has the answer, and is dangling $50,000 in a relocation package to convince a startup to move their company to Austin. According to the Capit (More info...)

    posted on Thursday, January 24, 2013(Full story)


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