Google: FTC clears AdMob deal

Google announced today that the FTC has cleared its $750 million acquistion of AdMob, the mobile advertising network. As previously reported here, AdMob was founded by Omar Hamoui when he was a first year MBA student at the Wharton School, though it is now based in California.
(See Business Week's recent profile of Hamoui.)


Daily Links 5/21/2010: PA AG Corbett drops Twitter subpoena

Corbett assailed over Twitter subpoena (Philadelphia Inquirer)
Update: Pennsylvania AG Dropping Twitter Subpoena (Wired Blogs)

Guide to Google TV’s Ecosystem [Video] (TechCrunch)

FCC Seeks Lots More Data From NBCU
Agency Issues 'Information and Discovery' Request
(Multichannel News)


Salesforce.com net slips, even as sales rise 24%
Company's shares tumble more than 7% in late trading
(MarketWatch)

Salesforce.com's Benioff likens Microsoft to patent 'alley thug' (ZDNet
Blogs)

SAP Co-CEOs Chart a Bold New Course (Bloomberg Business Week)

QlikView Capitalizes on Mobility and Flaunts Mobile Access to SAP (Ventana Research)

A Second (and Third) Helping of Success (Wharton Entrepreneurial Programs)

Q&A: Mary Pat Donnellon, Mission Research (Keystone Edge)

InterDigital sees 2Q revenue above analyst views (Associated Press via Bloomberg Business Week)

Voxware Reports Third Quarter Results for Fiscal 2010
Revenue Stable, Cost Control Plan Continues to Have Effect
(Business Wire)




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