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Amicus is a social networking game played with your friends that questions you about your mutual friends' activities on social networks. Amicus...

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Amicus Solutions takes staffing seriously and prides itself on strategically and carefully matching candidates to our clients stated needs.By...

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Amicus Federal Credit Union

With our our NEW Mobile Banking Application you are able to access your It'sMe247 account to view your checking or savings account balance and...

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Amicus December 2013

Amicus is Old Mutual's free internal staff magazine - December edition - now in iPad format.

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Amicus Financial Advisors, LLC

The Amicus Financial Advisors, LLC iPad application enables authorized Amicus clients to access their performance data in a simple, elegant...

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Amicus March '14

Amicus is Old Mutual's free internal staff magazine - March 2014 edition now in iPad format.

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Amicus App for iPad

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Amicus October/November 2013

Amicus is Old Mutual's free internal staff publication - now in iPad format.

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Apple tells Supreme Court that Samsung case is 'legally unexceptional'

The giant doesn't want the court to examine its patent win against Samsung and "prolong" the battle.

By February 4, 2016

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IronPort takes in $16.5 million

IronPort Systems said Tuesday that it raised $16.5 million in equity and debt funding in its most recent round from Menlo Ventures, Allegis Capital, Starter Fluid, Amicus Capital and Western Technology Investment. The round gives both Menlo Ventures and Allegis Capital a seat on the San Bruno, Calif.-based company's board of directors. Starter Fluid and Amicus participated in IronPort's $3.9 million seed round in November 2001. IronPort makes e-mail gateways, the hardware that sits between a company and the Internet to route e-mail efficiently, and also develops the software that operates the gear. The company said in a statement that it expects to reach profitability by early 2003.

June 27, 2002

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Calif. Supreme Court to review e-mail case

The California Supreme Court has agreed to review a lower court's decision that companies can sue those who send unwanted e-mail to their employees, according to the Electronic Frontier Foundation. Three months ago, California's 3rd District Court of Appeal upheld an injunction against ex-Intel employee Kourosh Kenneth Hamidi, saying e-mail he sent over the objections of the company to Intel's staff was an illegal "trespass." The EFF said it was pleased by the Supreme Court to review the appeals court decision and filed an amicus letter. Hamidi, fired from Intel six years ago, sent six disgruntled e-mails to Intel's staff mailing list over a two-year period. Intel asked him to stop sending the e-mail; he refused, and the chipmaker filed a complaint in 1998.

March 27, 2002

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DOJ sides with Sony in retail case

The Justice Department has filed a "friend of the court" brief disputing a suit from the music retail industry, which alleges Sony Music Entertainment is forcing brick-and-mortar retailers to send their customers to online stores. The DOJ said in its amicus brief that the National Association of Recording Merchandisers (NARM) lacks adequate support to claims that the record label violated the federal antitrust laws. The NARM said that Sony Music and its parent company are undermining retailers by placing hyperlinks and promotions from e-commerce sites on CDs by the label's artists. The group filed its suit last year in U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, adding a legal element to its ongoing battle to keep customers in stores despite online music efforts from major labels. The NARM and Sony have until Nov. 30 to respond to the DOJ's brief.

November 2, 2001

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AdSpace makes room for $14 million

AdSpace Networks said Thursday that it has raised a $14 million second round of funding, led by Doll Capital Management and the AIG Global Sports & Entertainment Fund. Other investors included Allen & Co., Amicus Capital, Angel Investors and Brainstorm Ventures. San Francisco-based AdSpace has raised a total of $15 million and received an increase in valuation with the latest round. The company develops software that enables retailers and commercial establishments to target advertising and promotions to a particular audience via high-speed electronic displays. See complete list.

By August 2, 2001

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Short Take: OpenNet brief to support Portland

The OpenNet Coalition, an ISP-backed group supporting equal access to cable Internet networks, will file an amicus brief this week supporting the city of Portland, Oregon's right to require so-called open access in an appeals court case on the controversial issue. A ruling is expected in the closely-watched case in October. Separately, OpenNet said its ISP membership has more than doubled in recent months to 750 member companies.

September 13, 1999