Daily Links 4/21/2010: USOC, Comcast drop plan for Olympic Channel

e-Dialog Secures Foothold in Mobile Marketing Through Acquisition of M3 Mobile
Company that Set the Standard for Relevant E-mail Marketing to Help Clients Deliver Targeted Mobile Campaigns
(Business Wire)
M3 Mobile is based in Norristown

SAP Plans to Acquire Compliance Software Vendor TechniData
(PC World)

Lockheed Net Beats Estimate; Health Costs Cut Outlook (Bloomberg via Business Week)

Lockheed Martin layoffs hit 130 in Moorestown (Philadelphia Business Journal)

Fantasy teams draw real online bets
(Philly.com: Philly Deals)

Salesforce Buys Business Directory Jigsaw For $142 Million In Cash Plus Earn-Out (TechCrunch)

Ametek sees Q1 profit above Street; ups FY EPS outlook (Reuters)

Princeton University analyzes iPad Wi-Fi bug, offers workaround
(O'Grady's PowerPage)

Will SAP Become More Acquisitive? New Strategy for Procurement and the Supply Chain (Part 3) (Spend Matters)
Suggests Malvern's BravoSolution and Princeton's Zycus as potential candidates.

USOC, Comcast no longer training for an Olympics Channel (LA Times: Company Town)

Venture Investment In New York, New England Rebounding Faster Than Silicon Valley (Forbes Blogs: Velocity)

Ulticom Announces Fiscal Fourth Quarter and Full Year 2009 Results (Business Wire)

Gartner names ProtonMedia “Cool Vendor in the High-Performance Workplace”
(ProtonMedia Blog)