Financial Scandal at Outsourcing Company Rattles a Developing Country (New York Times)
Radio Streaming App FlyCast Adds Android Support (Mashable)
FlyCast is based in Lancaster.
SAP CEO: SaaS Won't Work As A Core Platform
But Bill McDermott admits his company is forging ahead with Business ByDesign and expects to update customers at the Sapphire Conference in May. (Information Week)
As SAP Business Objects pushes SaaS BI, will more customers bite? (SearchSAP.com)
Obama Team Asks Congress to Postpone Digital TV Switch (Washington Post)
DirecTV in dispute with Comcast over sports cost (Reuters)
Cable Cos' Dispute With Programmers On Hold Until Next Administration (Dow Jones via CNN Money)
SCTE Names Dzuban CEO
Cedar Point Executive Will Take Helm At Cable Professional Association on Feb. 2 (Multichannel News)
Obama Does Announce "BPM for Everyone" (BPM in Action)
IDS Scheer Offers Integrated Repository for Comprehensive BPM and CMS (Business Wire)
Dow-Rohm & Haas deal receives European approval (Reuters)
Urban Outfitters holiday same-store sales slip (Associated Press via MSN Money)
But its stock finished up 10% today.
Kulicke & Soffa cutting executive, employee salaries (Philadelphia Business Journal)
TheInfoPro Raises $7.25 Million (PE Hub)
Funded by Edison Venture Fund.
InterDigital Signs iWOW to Worldwide 2G and 3G Patent License Agreement (InterDigital)
Almac Clinical Technologies Expands Yardley, PA Headquarters (PharmaLive)
The Growing Appetite for Virtualization (Baseline)
Profiles virtualization project at Tasty Baking.
New Motorola Remote Control!
(Media Experiences 2 Go)