Daily Links 10/14/09: Vivendi Has No Comment On NBC Discussions

Newspapers appeal ruling on credit-bidding (Philadelphia Inquirer)

French media company Vivendi mum on possible NBC Universal sale (LA Times: Company Town)

codeMantra’s collectionPoint to Utilize MarkLogic Server in New SaaS Offering for Publishers (Business Wire)

Bentley acquires Santa Rosa software firm gINT (Santa Rosa Press Democrat)

Bentley and Pointools Sign Continuous Technology Transfer Agreement to Incorporate Vortex Engine in Bentley Platform (PR Newswire)

Top 7 Tech Disasters of the Decade
Sidekick Data Loss Is Latest Technology Debacle
(ABC News)
Heartland Payment Systems breach also included.

U.S. Stocks Primed for Takeovers, Goldman Sachs Says (Bloomberg)
Heartland Payment among those mentioned.

Hands On: WiMAX in Philadelphia (Media Experiences 2 Go)

Comcast: Programmers Control 'TV Everywhere' Ad Model
Exec Cites Uncertainty Over Consumer Tolerance For Ad Load Online
(Multichannel News)

As DirecTV feud drags on, could Bettman's VS gamble pay off? (Yahoo Sports)

Pfizer gets final clearances for Wyeth acquisition (MarketWatch)

Publicis Closes Razorfish Acquisition; Microsoft Gets 3.3 Percent Stake In Ad Holding Company (paidContent)

Benioff At Oracle Open World: This Could Be A Trend (Enterprise Matters)

Internet Capital Group setting stage for up to $150M in stock sales (Philadelphia Business Journal)

Environmental Tectonics Corporation Announces Second Quarter and Year To Date Fiscal 2010 Results (PR Newswire)

MedQuist Announces Reseller Agreement With Clario (PR Newswire)