Daily Links 11/5/2010: Clearwire to cut 15% of Employees

Clearwire To Cut 15% Of Employees
Broadband Wireless Company Expects 4 Million Subs by Year-End
(Multichannel News)

Clearwire Digs its Foxhole to Fight for its Life (Gigaom)

Comcast announcement soon
Cabler racing to put post-merger NBC U plan into place

Comcast Calls Bloomberg TV “Naïve” in FCC Filing (MediaBistro: TVNewswer)

Google TV Users, Fancast.com Is An Open Back Door To The Hulu Estate (CrunchGear)

Starz, QVC Lift Third Quarter for Liberty Media (The Hollywood Reporter)
QVC revenue up 7%.

Dell to Acquire Boomi (The Boomi Blog)

Oracle-SAP Trial: Phillips Says SAP Owes "Billions," Oracle Can't Find Apotheker (Information Week)

ERP Woes (SAP) Blamed for Lumber Company's Bad Quarter (PC World)

SAP to add StreamWork collaboration application to Business Suite modules (SearchSAP.com)

RecycleBank CEO: We Will IPO In 2013 (TCTV) (TechCrunch)
RecycleBank started off in Philly before its HQ to New York, but still has operations here.
I remain somewhat skeptical of its long-term business model.

LMCO Ships GPS III Simulator to Aerospace Corporation, Maintains Program Schedule Lead (Inside GNSS)

How to Create a Sustainable Entrepreneurial Community (PE Hub)
How the Foundry Group's Brad Feld says it happened in Boulder.

Entercom's Q3 revenues grew 3%, and the CEO is not happy about it (Radio-Info.com)