Although the agreement is described as a buyout, it is actually a Merger Agreement between Denali Holding Inc. and Dell Inc.
I’ve added A123 Systems, Inc. contracts to the website, including its purchase agreements, manufacturing agreements, supply agreements and development agreements with Black & Decker, BAE Systems, Fisker Automotive and DaimlerChrysler.
In their S-1 statement, I noticed that company listed the use of “open source” software as a risk factor. The company explained that “[s]uch open source licenses typically require that source code subject to the license be made available to the public and that any modifications or derivative works to open source software continue to be licensed under open source licenses.”
If you use “open source” software in your business, keep this risk factor in mind.
Audience Inc. recently issued a press release that “it is unlikely that OEM (Apple Inc.) will enable Audience’s processor IP in its next generation mobile phone.”
From Elizabeth Travis Management, Inc. v. Randy Travis, you can find a personal management agreement that is at the center of their lawsuit. The agreement starts at page 13 of 25 from Attachment 1 to the Notice of Removal.
As the prospectus states, the company is “not engaged in the growing, harvesting, cultivation, possession, or distribution of cannabis.” Instead, it is a service provider to the medicinal cannabis industry in the areas of media, technology, medical clinic management, merchant credit card processing, and marketing.
You can find the contracts harvested from the Form S-1 filing on the website now.
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You can read the Employment Agreement between Facebook Inc. and Mark Zuckerberg, as well as other Facebook contracts on our site. Other documents include the Employment Agreement with Sheryl Sandberg and the Developer Agreement between Facebook and Zynga.