Daily Links 11/17/2011: SAP co-CEO Snabe's comments reignite acquisition speculation

SAP Aims to Enter New Product Categories, Snabe Says (Bloomberg)
Comments spur new round of acquisition speculation. My recollection is that the last time Snabe started talking about big acquisitions, Sybase was announced shortly thereafter.

SAP co-CEO talks new product areas, in-memory computing (Computerworld)

Localisation is not the problem facing SAP - boosting take-up is
(Dennis Howlett/CloudPro)

Salesforce Drops 6% After Hours On Earnings Miss (Silicon Alley Insider)

Starz and Liberty Capital merged (Variety)
Liberty Capital's holdings include TruePosition of Berwyn and the Atlanta Braves.

Philly Fed Manufacturing Index Slips (Wall Street Journal: Real Time Economics)
Philly Fed's Press Release

Connexin Software, Inc. Receives Strategic Investment from Bluff Point Associates; Deal Will Accelerate Growth and Leadership Position of Pediatric EHR Software Provider (Business Wire)

Safeguard Scientifics Leads $7M Series a Financing for Medivo
New York-based Healthcare IT Company Leverages Clinical Data to Improve Health Through Faster, Easier Access to Lab Testing and Actionable Information
(Business Wire)

ICW Announces Improved Networking Solutions for Patient Identification and Data Sharing (Marketwire)

Monetate Launches National Search for Top Engineering Talent
Philadelphia Technology Company Offers $2,000 Referral Bonus for Hired Engineers
(PR Web)

AppLabs founder Reddi back on startup scene in Phila. (Philadelphia Business Journal)

Please Turn On Your Cell Phone: Comcast's Fandango Embraces Mobile Movie Tickets (Mashable)

Philadelphia Media Network goes to Saxotech for 400-seat deployment (News & Tech)