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How Startups Can Get Free Inventory the Wrong Way

Since I just completed the Guerrilla Startups Guide where I cover in detail how startups can obtain free inventory, this article on Business Insider caught my eye:

Biglaw Staffer Charged With ‘Making An Illegal Business’ Out Of Stealing Printer Ink

A former Biglaw staffer has been accused of stealing more than $376,000 worth of copy machine ink from the firm and selling it on the black market.

Adrian Rodriguez, a former staffer at Fried, Frank Harris, Shriver & Jacobson was charged Tuesday with two counts of second-degree grand larceny for allegedly stealing the ink and reselling it on the black market for anywhere from $10 to $15, The Am Law Daily reported yesterday.

This is most definitely not one of the ways that I recommend for acquiring free inventory.

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