Daily Links 10/22/09: FCC Votes to Move Forward on Net Neutrality

Clearwire, Comcast, and Sprint to Launch 4G in Chicago, Philadelphia and Seattle (Business Wire)

Competing With Hulu a Bad Move for Comcast
(Read Write Web)

FCC moves forward on net neutrality rule-making in unanimous vote (Washington Post: Post Tech)
FCC Agrees to Set Rules on Net Neutrality (GigaOM)
FCC proposes network neutrality rules (and big exemptions) (ars technica)

Watch Comcast CEO Brian Roberts at the Web 2.0 Summit 09
(Comcast Voices: Video)

Early Tremors: Is It Time for Another Social Network Shakeout? (Knowledge@Wharton)

Dow Chemical Says Sales Volume Slides 9%, Recovery ‘Slow’ (Bloomberg)

IMS Health takes 3Q loss on restructuring charges (Associated Press via Forbes)

SAP India MD: Ranjan Das, the man who loved Mumbai
(Economic Times of India)

SAP and Siemens: kiss and make up? (ZDNet Blogs)

Unisys protests TSA’s $493M award to CSC (Washington Business Journal)

Lockheed Martin Moorestown unit gets $1B missile defense contract (Philadelphia Business Journal)

Alteva and SimpleSignal Form IP Peering Alliance
Leading Service Providers Collaborate to Create Cross-Platform, HD-to-HD IP Calling

Milestone: Motorola Ships One Millionth Fiber-to-the-Home Optical Network Terminal (PR Newswire)

Allentown firm's Socialtivity gives marketers social media liquidity (Keystone Edge)

Announcing the Dream Widget Challenge (The Boomi Blog)