Daily Links 5/10/2010: Top themes at The Cable Show

SAP Accelerates Corporate Overhaul, FT Deutschland Reports (Bloomberg)
Not a lot of detail yet on what this may mean.
But here is a version of the interview from Financial Times Deutschland with SAP Co-Chief Executive Officer Jim Hagemann Snabe, as translated through "Google Translate". (A little patchy in spots.)

Cable: Bernstein Pulls The Plug; Downgrades CMCSA, TWC, CVC (Barron's: Tech Trader Daily)

Cable Show 2010: The Hot List (Light Reading Cable)

Clock Re-Starting June 3 On Comcast/NBCU
FCC Will Pick Up Clock With 151 Days Remaining On Merger Review Deadline
(Multichannel News)

Liberty Interactive: Merrill Downgrades; QVC Results Disappoint (Barron's: Tech Trader Daily)

Court gives preliminary OK to $4M consumer settlement in Heartland case (Computerworld)

The Agenda Behind Electronic Health Records (New York Times: Bits)

Ben Franklin group announces $2M in early-stage funding (Philadelphia Business Journal)

DreamIt Ventures Kickoff Weekend – 2009 cohort panel on lessons learned (Robert Shedd)

There are east coast (below Boston) hackers--draw us out... (Gabriel Weinberg's Blog)

Universal Display Corporation Announces First Quarter 2010 Financial Results (Business Wire)