Daily Links 7/10/09: Advanta Lays Off Half Its Workforce; More Gannett Cuts in Jersey

Dentsu To Buy Razorfish? (BD Recruitment)

Today's "Heard on the Street" column in the Wall Street Journal (subscription required) suggests that the trend towards imposing sales taxes on electronic retailers like Amazon that do not have a physical presence in a state may benefit GSI Commerce, which already collects sales taxes for many of its clients that do have a "brick & mortar" presence.

TAGSYS Enhances RFID Infrastructure for Libraries (Business Wire)

Lockheed-Moorestown wins Japan work (Philadelphia Business Journal: Technology Blog)

Comcast Technician Arrested In Oregon Robbery
Check-Cashing Store Employee Hit in Head With Crowbar
(Multichannel News)
I should create an entire section called "Weird Comcast News". There is an endless supply.

Starz Joins Comcast OnDemand Online (NewTeeVee)

Advanta to lay off half its employees (Associated Press via Forbes)

Gannett cuts 125 jobs from N.J. papers (Cherry Hill Courier-Post)
Probably more cuts also at the Wilmington News Journal, but haven't heard about them yet.

Geek Weekend: Philadelphia, PA

SEO with Duck-Duck-Go Founder, Gabriel Weinberg (DreamIt Ventures Blog)

Wayne-based website integrates medicine, consumer-directed care (Keystone Edge)


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