Daily Links 3/14/2011: Franken: "The real end for Comcast is to put Netflix out of business entirely"
HP’s New CEO Has a Big Day Planned, and a Bigger Job Ahead (All Things Digital: NewEnterprise)
Leo Apotheker lays out his strategy for first time as HP CEO (VentureBeat)
Executive hopes to stop losses.
Putting focus on Comcast customers (Philadelphia Inquirer)
AT&T to introduce data caps on DSL (CNET News)
AT&T’s New Bandwidth Cap Is Bad News for Netflix (Gigaom: NewTeeVee)
Al Franken: ‘They're coming after the Internet’ (Politico)
Franken: "The real end for Comcast is to put Netflix out of business entirely".
Green LEEDs to platinum: SAP America earns distinction for utilizing environmental sources for newest building (Delco Times)
Infor's Offer for Lawson Could Spark Bidding War (PC World)
WorldGate denied loan, running out of cash (phillyBurbs.com)
Is WorldGate on the last of its nine lives? Just not sure where its product stands in today's world of smartphones and tablets. But it is a company with a fascinating history.
USA Technologies To Raise $10.7 Million In Common Stock Private Placement (Business Wire)
Report: Proposed bill to deregulate telephone service would raise prices, hurt consumers (NJ.com)
Q&A: Rob Walters, SunGard Availability Services (Web Hosting Industry News)