Daily Links 5/10/2012: Former Oracle, SAP Exec Wookey to Lead 'most' Application Development at Salesforce.com
SAP gets tough on violation of software use terms (Computerworld)
Spinnaker to fight Rimini Street for third-party SAP support market (SearchSAP)
Ex-Oracle, SAP Exec Wookey to Lead 'most' Application Development at Salesforce.com (PC World)
Salesforce.com Slides On Worries Business Is Decelerating (Forbes)
Down over 8% so far today.
Rootstock Software and FinancialForce.com Announce Partnership to Deliver Comprehensive Manufacturing and Accounting Solution on Force.com
Groupon’s Low-Key Rewards Program Now Available Nationwide (All Things D)
Tested in Philadelphia.
WatchESPN finally streams to Comcast customers, but not on Android (Engadget)
Prime-Time Stern (New York Times)
Howard Stern joins NBC’s “America’s Got Talent” as a judge this season.
Ensequence Raises $26M Round To Tap Mobile, Connected TVs
Funding Led by Myrian Capital, a Fund Affiliated With Family That Owned Iams Co. (Multichannel News)
Cisco Cable Unit Sales Pop 12%
Networking Giant's Shares Fall on Weak Quarterly Outlook (Multichannel News)
Technology Industry Seen Growing Fastest in New York (New York Times)
Philly software project to implement lobbyist disclosure law crashes (Newsworks)
EBay's GSI Unit Sparks But Analysts Want Bigger Bang (Investor's Business Daily)