Daily Links 11/05/09: IMS Health sold for $5.2 billion

The Wall Street Journal reports that IMS Health is close to a deal to sell itself to private equity firm TPG and the Canada Pension
Plan for about $4 billion.
Update: Now its Official.

Why Run Fiber When You Can Run Ads That Pretend You Do?
And why not run those ads when nobody stops you from lying?
(Broadband Reports)

Comcast announces new bandwidth throttling scheme (Engadget)
See Correction.

Software AG Raises 2009 Forecasts, Sees Economy Improving (Bloomberg)

JDA Acquiring i2...Again (Supply Demand Chain Executive)

Internet Capital Group Announces Third Quarter Financial Results (Business Wire)

Clearwire Expands Sales Distribution for CLEAR™ 4G Mobile Internet Service in Philadelphia (Business Wire)

Motorola DROID goes on sale a little early at Best Buy Mobile (Engadget)

Stimulus money unlikely for city Internet plan (Philly.com: Philly Deals)

Q&A: Steven Tang, University City Science Center
(Keystone Edge)

Snipi Raises Second Round of Funding: Lets Users Drag and Drop Content From Anywhere on the Web (PR Web)

E-Commerce Sales Are Down For The Second Straight Quarter (Silicon Alley Insider)

inTEST Reports Third Quarter 2009 Results (PR Newswire)