Daily Links 2/22/2012: Cable syndicate scuttles much of Canoe Ventures



Auction plot thickens (Philadelphia Daily News)

A cloud-based cap table for startups (ZDNet Blogs)
TicketLeap's CFO creates cool product for startups.

Canoe Ventures Pulls the Plug on Interactive TV Commercials Business (Ad Age)
Cable TV-backed venture cuts 120 employees and closes New York office.

Tableau thinking IPO next year (Dan Primack/Fortune: Term Sheet)
Rapidly growing competitor to QlikTech.

SAP and SuccessFactors Accelerate Unified Product Direction (PR Newswire)

SAP lays out product direction post-SuccessFactors deal
Analyst: SAP's plans reflect competition from the likes of Workday for cloud-based HR software
(Computerworld)

Samsung and SAP to Push Corporate Use of Android (Bloomberg)

Dell Falls After Forecast Misses Estimates: San Francisco Mover (Bloomberg)

Halfpenny Technologies Secures $2.25 Million in Capital Investment
Funding Will Support Halfpenny’s Continued Accelerated Growth as It Expands Its Lab and EHR Integration Offering for Hospitals, Labs, Physicians, Payors, HIEs, and Regional Extension Centers
(Business Wire)
Halfpenny Technologies is based in Blue Bell.

Safeguard Scientifics Leads $2.5M Series A Financing for Lumesis
Financial Technology Company Supports Market Participants during Transformation of Municipal Bond Market
(Business Wire)
NextStage Capital also invests in Connecticut-based startup.

T-Mobile, MetroPCS Try to Block Verizon-MSO Deal (Light Reading Cable)

Comcast's Avgiris: Verizon Wireless Adds Muscle To Triple Play
Q&A With MSO's EVP for Data and Communications
(Multichannel News)

Gartner BI And Data Warehouse Quadrants: More Science, Less 'Magic' ( Doug Henschen/Information Week)

Who are Vibrant Media, WPP and PointRoll? (Washington Post)
PointRoll was named as one of the companies going around Safari's privacy settings, but Rob Gatto, CEO of the King of Prussia-based online advertising firm, said in a blog post that it was a limited test that ended on February 8.

Gannett Touts Digital Growth Plans, Partners With MLB (ClickZ)

Gannett’s Big Paywall Play: Will It Work? (paidContent)
First noticed this yesterday on Wilmington News Journal site.

Federal Judge Rules in Favor of Universal Surveillance Systems, Paving Way for Antitrust Lawsuit Against Checkpoint Systems (PR Web)

Checkpoint Systems Launches Broad Portfolio of Solutions for Large-Scale RFID Deployments in Apparel Retail (Business Wire)



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