Daily Links 3/17/2010: Specter Holding Hearing on WebcamGate Case

USA Technologies Files Registration Statements for Public Offering and Subsequent Rights Offering (Business Wire)

QVC plans $500M senior secured notes offering (Associated Press via
Google News)

Specter Holding Hearing on WebcamGate Case (NBC Philadelphia)

SunGard's $1 billion writedown not conference-call fodder (Philly.com: Philly Deals)

10 Things SAP's Co-CEOs Should Focus On (Information Week: Global CIO)

Widespread Discontent Persists With ERP Projects (PC World)

Message Systems Closes Significant Investment Round with NewSpring Ventures (Business Wire)

Investigating ComputerTraining.edu -- a collaborative effort (Baltimore Sun: BalTech)
ComputerTraining.edu had Pennsylvania campuses in Lancaster, Bensalem and King of Prussia.

J&B Software Introduces New Software-as-a-Service Mobile Deposit Solution for Smartphones (PR Web)

FCC Broadband Plan: NCTA Critiques Set-Top Statements
Says "gateway" set-top device worth studying, not mandating, CableCard fixes "misplaced"

(Broadcasting & Cable)
Replacing the CableCARD Regime (Zatz Not Funny!)

20nine adds two clients: Penn Health System and Franklin Institute (Philadelphia Business Journal: Media & Marketing Blog)

WPCS Reports FY2010 Third Quarter Financial Results (PR Newswire)