NBC Sports may move its Phila., N.Y. operations to Conn. (Philadelphia Inquirer)
It's official: NBC sports coming to Connecticut (Connecticut Mirror)
Tech bubble 2.0, revisited (FT Blogs)
Who’s next on Oracle’s hit list? (Gigaom)
Dell Boomi gets a business rules engine (Computerworld)
Dell Boomi AtomSphere Fall Release Harnesses Power of World’s Largest Integration Cloud to Simplify Integration Complexity (Business Wire)
Modelling market for SAP heats Up (IT-Director.com)
Mainframes pump up profits at Unisys
Bucking Uncle Scrooge Sam (The Register)
Cross Atlantic Capital Partners Completes Its Most Recent Investment in Rootstock Software (Business Wire)
Saleforce.com also invests. See my post on Cross Atlantic's investment in Rootstock from June.
What I learned from raising venture capital (Gabriel Weinberg's Blog)
DuckDuckGo's reported funding is $3 million (actually, one dollar less), according to an SEC filing.
After Dismal Earnings Outlook, Netflix Loses $2.3 Billion In Market Cap (TechCrunch)
Netflix and the economics of nonrival goods (Felix Salmon/Reuters Blogs)
Who Will Own Your Living Room? (Silicon Angle)
AMETEK Announces Strong Third Quarter Results (PR Newswire)
Raises guidance for full year.
AMETEK Acquires EM Test (PR Newswire)
Continues to be acquisitive.
Nokia Maps plus HTML5 equals offline mobile maps (Gigaom)
Industry's First Integrated Wireless Receiver Gives U-Verse TV Customers More Freedom to Easily Watch TV Anywhere, in Any Room in the Home
(AT&T Press Release)
Health IT Wins More Venture Capital in 2011
Venture capital for healthcare software and IT services hit $207 million in the third quarter of 2011, a 14% increase compared to Q3 2010. (Information Week)