Daily Links 6/8/2011: Google And Invite Media One Year Later

Comcast Scales Up Home Security Push
Expands Broadband-Based System to Seven Markets, Including Philadelphia, Houston, and Portland, Ore.
(Multichannel News)

How Will NBCUniversal's Olympics Deal Affect Comcast's Stock? (Hollywood Reporter)

NBC finally ‘gets it,’ will kill the Olympic tape delay (Gigaom: NewTeeVee)

GE, Capital One Said to Vie for ING Online Bank; Bids May Reach $9 Billion (Bloomberg)

Google And Invite Media: One Year Later, DSP Looks To Global Expansion (paidContent)

Online advertising a boon for Philadelphia firms (Philly.com: Philly Deals)

appMobi Acquires Hosting Platform; Launches Tech To Speed Up HTML5 In Mobile Gaming (TechCrunch)

ARAMARK Sells Stake In Online Food Ordering Service SeamlessWeb For $50M (TechCrunch)

Sprint Pares Clearwire Voting Interest to Less Than 50% (Bloomberg)

Dell Plans New VAR Cloud Certification By Year-end (CRN)

Twitter post leads to LVEDC firing
Tweet about summer hours policy contributes to employee's termination
(Allentown Morning Call)

U.S. Federal Reserve Beige Book: Philadelphia District (Text) (Bloomberg)