Daily Links 3/12/2010: Pennsylvania fires CISO over RSA talk

Revenge of the Cable Guys (Business Week)

Jack Welch on ‘30 Rock’ (Wall Street Journal: Speakeasy)

Comcast-NBCU merger: how the regulators will decide (Ars Technica)

The Fourth Congressional Hearing on NBC Universal (Comcast Voices/Official Comcast Blog)

D.C. Circuit Court Denies Cablevision/Comcast Program-Access Challenge
Court Rules FCC Reasonable To Conclude Rules Are Still Necessary
(Multichannel News)

FCC Launches Broadband Test Site for Consumers (IDG via New York Times)

Raising Capital From Angel Investors (Philadelphia Bulletin: The Entrepreneur)

Pennsylvania fires CISO over RSA talk
Terminated for disclosing security incident at Department of Transportation, source says


Yolton returning home to headline SAP event (Philadelphia
Business Journal: Technology Blog)

Grady Hospital Improves Surgical Dept. Efficiency
A real-time location system combining CenTrak hardware and PeriOptimum software has raised the utilization rate of the facility's 16 operating rooms by 23 percent.
(RFID Journal)
CenTrak is based in Newtown, Bucks County.

MedQuist posts 4Q profit, up from loss in 4Q 2008 (Associated Press via Forbes)

A Rough Week — and Likely Future — for WiMax (PE Hub)