Daily Links 4/30/09: Comcast almost doubles Free Cash Flow

Comcast shares rise after solid results (Marketwatch)
Comcast Reports Strong Q1 Cash Flow
Measure Up 95% To $1.4 Billion; Basic-Subscriber Losses Not As High As Projected
(Multichannel News)

Comcast viewers could lose NFL Network tonight
(Philadelphia Inquirer)
Update: The Inquirer now reports that Comcast will not pull the plug tonight as negotiations with the NFL continue.

Disney to Acquire 30% Hulu Stake, Full ABC Shows on the Way: Report (Wired Blogs: Epicenter)

Motorola’s Loss Widens as Sales Fall Short on Handset Slump (Bloomberg)
Motorola Cable And Video Group Sales Fall 12% (Multichannel News)

Advanta Reports First Quarter 2009 Results (Business Wire)

Duck Duck Go: Silly Name, Interesting Search Engine
(Read Write Web)
Duck DucK Go was founded by Gabriel Weinberg and is located in Valley Forge.

University City Science Center Reaches Out to Entrepreneurs (Business Wire)

Duffield Takes On Oracle, SAP
The PeopleSoft founder's software startup raises $75 million.

A Cloudy Summit for SAP CEO Léo Apotheker (Business Week)

What does SAP have to say about the Oracle-Sun deal? (SAP Watch)

Innovative Solutions & Support, Inc. Announces Fiscal 2009 Second Quarter Financial Results
Revenues Up 53% from Year Ago Quarter, Operating Margin of 13.0% and Earnings Per Share of $0.08 in Second Quarter

(Business Wire)

CardioNet, Inc. Reports First Quarter 2009 Financial Results (Business Wire)

ERT Reports First Quarter 2009 Results (PR Newswire)

CDI Corp posts quarterly loss, sees lower Q2 sales (Reuters)

'Pink slip' party is a sign of the economic times (Montgomery News)

Paragon Technologies Voluntarily Delists and Deregisters Stock (PR Newswire)