Daily Links 4/26/2010: Alberto Culver cites SAP problems in earnings report

CableLabs Next-Gen Broadband Project Envisions Multigigabit Speeds
Data-Over-Coax Technology Would Eliminate 6-MHz Channel Divisions
(Multichannel News)

Perelman Joins Toll in Fight to Buy Inquirer Owner (Bloomberg Business Week)

10 Tech Acquisitions That Would Rock The Industry (Information Week: Global CIO)

Enterprise Software: Awaiting An Outbreak Of Merger Mania (Barron's: Tech Trader Daily)

Alberto Culver profit rises less than expected (Reuters)
Company cites continuing problems with SAP system.

Microsoft Announces Business Platform Integration, Updates (eWeek)

DreamIt Ventures Startl-ed by its largest program yet (Philadelphia Business Journal)

FAA Controllers in Philadelphia Transition to Next Generation Air Transportation System Technology (FAA via ATC News)

SES WORLD SKIES’ SES-1 Satellite Successfully Launched on Board ILS Proton (Business Wire)

NBC Universal Plans Benchmark Three-Part Offering (Bloomberg via
San Franciso Chronicle)

Ben Franklin (Northeastern PA) to Invest $393,146 In Regional Economic Development (PR Log)

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Journal Register partners with website.

PA's tax amnesty program plagued by weak IT and phone support (ZDNet Blogs)