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In which we link out to the tech news from Philly and elsewhere (when it matters) that slips through the cracks and make it way fun. See others here. The Inquirer’s Philly Inc. reports that your friends at BFTP recently invested $1.2 million in seven firms. One of those firms is West Conshohocken pharmaceutical company […]

In which we link out to the tech news from Philly and elsewhere (when it matters) that slips through the cracks and make it way fun. See others here.

After the jump, a strange video press release from the Inquirer’s owner, an interview with a DreamIt startup and five other articles you ought to read, including our best read piece of the week and how the competition handled the same story.

As seen below, Philadelphia Media Holdings uses Philly.com’s Philadelphia Business Today reporter Brandy Bell to do a voice over of a video press release about the company’s bankruptcy plan. We don’t know how we feel about this at all, but Tom Paine does. What do you think?

The event was also covered by Inquirer business columnist Armstrong and covered remotely by the Business Journal’s Peter Key.
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