Daily Links 12/5/2011: ReadWriteWeb names Lancaster-based appMobi its "most promising company for 2012"

Lancaster-based appMobi is ReadWriteWeb's Most Promising Company For 2012 (ReadWriteWeb)

Taleo, Kenexa Spike On SAP/Success Factors Deal; Who Is Next? (Forbes: Tech Musings)

SAP Overpaying For SuccessFactors, S&P Analyst Says (Forbes: Tech Musings)

SAP splashes out in cloud-computing frenzy (Reuters)

Kenexa's Growing HR Footprint (ZDNet Blogs)

IBM Rachets Up Acquisition Machine (Wall Street Journal: Deal Journal)

PhillyInc: Venture capital still on the upswing (Philadelphia Inquirer)

CMCSA, TWC: Stifel Ups To Buy On Wireless Deal (Barron's: Tech Trader Daily)

Comcast to start selling Verizon mobile early 2012 (Reuters)

Comcast CFO: NBCUniversal Integration Continues to Go 'Really Well' (Hollywood Reporter)

The Future of TV Begins Now on Xbox 360 (Microsoft News Center)
FiOS later this month; Comcast Xfinity On Demand in "early 2012".

Razorfish CEO to Set New Digital Course for Publicis in Wake of Lang Departure (Ad Age)
Implications for Rosetta Marketing?

Siemens amps up its smart grid bid with eMeter startup acquisition (VentureBeat)
eMeter has also been working closely with SAP on applications.

USA Technologies replaces CEO who posed as investor (Philadelphia Business Journal)


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