Daily Links 2/10/2012: Perelman, Blatstein complain about PMN bid process (or lack of); Blatstein threatens to start his own
Report: Perelman complains he's being shut out of PMN bidding (Philadelphia Inquirer)
Blatstein: I'll start my own paper (Philadelphia Daily News)
After Motorola Deal Approval, Can Google Hardware Be Far Behind? (Time Business)
Amazon: No plans to launch a standalone video service soon (Gigaom)
NBC entertainment chief spending big bucks as pink slips loom for marketing department (Claire Atkinson/New York Post)
ShopNBC parent's stock falls hard after bad news on sale (Minneapolis / St. Paul Business Journal)
Comcast/NBC holds a minority stake in ValueVision Media.
Verizon Invested More Than Half a Billion Dollars in Pennsylvania's Wireline Communications, IT Infrastructure in 2011 (PR Newswire)
Says more than 1.5 million homes and businesses in state have access to FiOS services.
Roll up, roll up! Oracle digests Taleo (Oliver Marks/ZDNet Blogs)
Workday Talking to Bankers. The S1 Is Coming. The Revenge Is Almost Complete (PandoDaily)
SAP Cloud Integration: IT, Process and Roadmap Challenges Ahead (ASUG News)
Heart monitoring company CardioNet makes $6 million acquisition (Med City News)