Daily Links 8/24/2012: NextGen Healthcare founder, former Quality Systems President Cline elected to Qaulity Systems board
An entrepreneurial spirit grows in Phila. (Philadelphia Inquirer)
Quality Systems, Inc. Announces Results of Annual Shareholders Meeting (Business Wire)
Patrick B. Cline, co-founder of Clinitec (now NextGen Healthcare) and former President of Quality Systems, joins Quality's board as member of dissident shareholder Ahmed Hussein's slate, after last week's proxy vote. This follows the just announced departure of NextGen President Scott Decker. NextGen Healthcare, based in Horsham, is a unit of Quality Systems and a provider of Electronic Health Records (EHRs) and systems.
Salesforce.com: 5 nagging questions ahead (ZDNet Blogs)
The Dreamforce party dampener (Dennis Howlett/ZDNet)
Salesforce.com Future Includes a Marketing Cloud, Deeper Workday Links and More HTML5 (PC World)
SAP Co-CEO: European Crisis, Germany & Acquisitions/Interview with Bill McDermott (Video: CNBC)
No Wi-Fi or backhaul restrictions in FCC's approval of Verizon's cable deals (FierceCable)
Comcast scores stay of FCC order in Tennis Channel fight (LA Times: Company Town)
This seemingly unending volley just keeps on going back and forth.
Penn amps up role in Coursera online-education effort (Philadelphia Inquirer)