Daily Links 10/15/09: Redlasso is Back

Business Outlook Survey: October 2009 (Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia)
Philly Fed factory gauge slips in October

Vivendi Said to Hold Off on NBC, to Focus on GVT (Bloomberg)

Microsoft Says It Can Recover 'Most' Sidekick Data (Washington Post: Faster Forward)

BioNanomatrix Awarded Supplemental Funding to Accelerate Commercialization of Innovative Single-Molecule Analyzer
(PR Newswire)

Redlasso is Back!
Popular Clipping Service Relaunches at Blog World
(Business Wire)
But content doesn't appear overwhelming at first glance.
Redlasso Relaunches With Clippable, Shareable Videos From Over 100 TV Stations (paidContent)

Company Math vs VC Math (Redeye VC)

Clear-er sailing for Clearwire?
(RCR Wireless)

T-Mobile 'everything unlimited' plan to offer voice, SMS, MMS, data for $50? (ZDNet Blogs)

Oracle unwraps Fusion Applications, new user support portal (SearchOracle.com)

Oracle Enhances Both Primavera P6 Enterprise Project Portfolio Management and Contract Management (Marketwire)

SAP ties knot with Open Text for ECM (Computer Business Review)

Environmental Tectonics Corporation Awarded Major Contract for Multiple Tactical Flight and Aircrew Training Simulation Devices (PR Newswire)

Live Sixers games on the Internet? Perhaps (Philadelphia Inquirer)