Daily Links 3/18/2010: T-Mobile talking with Clearwire, cable companies

NBC/Comcast execs make few guarantees to Franken (Minneapolis Star Tribune: Hot Dish Politics)

FCC wants to hear your thoughts on Comcast-NBC merger (Washington Post: Post Tech)

Comcast: 100-Meg Residential Service Coming This Year
MSO Sees Doubling Max Broadband Tier Over Next 12 to 18 Months
(Multichannel News)

F.C.C. Questioned on Its Far-Reaching Plan to Expand Broadband Access (New York Times)

Verizon Sues Cablevision Over DVR Patents
Good thing Cablevision wants to kill off the DVR by 2011...
(Broadband Reports)

Comcast Seals Up Cimco (Light Reading Cable)

Clearwire, T-Mobile May Hook Up
T-Mobile CEO says they've been chatting with Clear, cable companies
(Broadband Reports)

Manufacturing expands in Philly region for 7th month (MarketWatch)
But weakness in New Orders index.
Philadelphia Fed Business Outlook Survey: March 2010 (pdf)

The New SAP: The Techies Are Back in Charge (CIO: Enterprise Software Unplugged)

SAP Bosses Say It’s Now Pedal to the Metal (New York Times: Bits)

Kopelman to be honored at Early Stage East (Philadelphia Business Journal: Technology Blog)

QVC raising cash, lots of cash (Radio Business Report/Television Business Report)
Sells $1 billion of debt, twice the amount originally indicated.

GSI Commerce Boss Goes Undercover, And Hurts (Investors Business
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