Daily Links 12/4/2012: IBM completes Kenexa deal; DreamIt Ventures launches accelerator for Healthcare
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SmartThings, a Kickstarter Hit, Raises $3M More From VCs and Angels (All Things D)
First Round Capital leads round.
DreamIt Ventures Teams Up With Blue Cross, Penn Medicine To Launch An Accelerator For Health Startups (TechCrunch)
Philly student-investors choose Dorm Room Fund’s first deal: Firefly (PandoDaily)
We know accelerators are headed for a shakeout — but do they? (PandoDaily)
Discusses DreamIt Ventures, among others.
IBM Completes Acquisition of Kenexa (IBM)
How a theater major went from scripts and sequels to scripting SQL (Gigaom)
On Aria Systems co-founder and Philly area resident Brendan O'Brien.
Verizon CEO says no to Dish spectrum deal, big acquisitions (Reuters)
Verizon CEO: Redbox Streaming Video Venture Launch Pushed Back to Early 2013 (Hollywood Reporter)
Netflix and The Walt Disney Studios Announce Multi-Year Premium Pay TV Window Agreement in the United States (PR Newswire via MarketWatch)
Netflix takes Disney pay-TV rights from Starz (LA Times: Company Town)
Dish Network CEO Charlie Ergen, the TV Distrupter (Ad Age)
Comcast, Time Warner Cable host RDK conference (Communications, Engineering & Design Magazine)
An 'Uber' Problem for Cities: Balancing Innovation with Regulation (Knowledge@Wharton)