Daily Links 2/7/2012: ShopRunner buys Shopsanity

ShopRunner Buys Shopsanity to Help Retailers Take on Amazon (PandoDaily)

Oracle demands retrial in SAP slurp spat
Snubs paltry $272m payout, wants full $1.3bn in damages
(The Register)

Bill and Jim’s Bright Shiny Penny: Understanding SAP’s Success and the Challenges It Brings (Joshua Greenbaum/Enterprise Applications Consulting)

SAP to Offer Hana Analytic Software to Smaller Companies in 2012 (Bloomberg)

With federal loans blocked, Fisker halts work on Project Nina, lays off 66 workers (Engadget)

Meet Spongecell, a Profitable Ad Tech Company With $10 Million in New Funding from Safeguard Scientifics (All Things Digital)

EPAM downsizes IPO, prices below range-underwriter (Reuters)

InterDigital anticipates Q1 revenue shortfall (Forbes)

Vishay Q4 Revs, Profits Miss Estimates; Shares Stumble (Forbes)

Coinstar Soars on Profit, Buyout of NCR Unit (Bloomberg via San Francisco Chronicle)

Redbox and Verizon Face Key Decisions for DVD-and-Streaming Service (Ad Age)

Customers rate Comcast in first of 4 meetings (Savannah Morning News)

Fed may decide on Cap1-ING merger Wednesday (Delaware Online: Delaware Inc.)

DreamIt Ventures seeks five Israeli start-ups (Globes)

SaaS Changes to Higher Ed ERP Market
(Delta Initiative Blog)


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