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The Philadelphia Business Journal reports that biomedical startup NuPathe, whose CEO and founder Jane Hollingsworth we interviewed in September, has made its company public and plans to move on selling its migraine patch in 2012. Urban Omnibus has a Q&A with Jennifer Pahlka, the founder of Code for America with whom we spoke in April […]

The Philadelphia Business Journal reports that biomedical startup NuPathe, whose CEO and founder Jane Hollingsworth we interviewed in September, has made its company public and plans to move on selling its migraine patch in 2012. Urban Omnibus has a Q&A with Jennifer Pahlka, the founder of Code for America with whom we spoke in April about Philadelphia’s project. The Philadelphia Business Journal also has a story on a legal battle between lawyer Arthur Alan Wolk and legal blog Overlawyered.com. Every Friday morning, we make sure you didn t miss anything with Friday Tech Links.

Companies: Code for America / NuPathe

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