Daily Links 4/23/2013: Comcast Ventures' Toth focused on B2B; Aereo on to Boston

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Q&A: Louis Toth backs B2B startups for Comcast Ventures (Silicon Valley Business Journal)

Aereo targets Comcast subscribers with Boston launch
Online video platform will debut in Beantown on May 30

Apple Returning $55 Billion to Investors as Forecast Trails (Bloomberg)
Had to doublecheck this headline to make sure a hacker hadn't gotten into Bloomberg's twitter feed. I half-expected Apple to give it to charity.

Feds seize Fisker loan reserve
Energy Dept. taps Fisker reserve on eve of loan payment
(Wilmington News Journal)

Fab Is Raising A Mondo Round At A $1 Billion Valuation (TechCrunch)
First Round Capital was an early investor.

DailyWorth Raises Additional $1 Million For Series A (TechCrunch)
Although its based in New York, DailyWorth's founder and CEO Amanda Steinberg lives in Philly; Investors include Philadelphia's RobinHood Ventures and Gabriel Investments.

The InstaMed Healthcare Payments Account Revolutionizes the Way Providers Get Paid (Business Wire)

Infor Bets $500 Million On Enterprise App Refresh (Information Week)

Lockheed profit beats view; budget cuts hit sales outlook (Reuters)

Lockheed IS&GS unit has trimmed more than 650 employees this year
(Washington Post: Capital Business Blog)
Lockheed IS&GS has significant employment in King of Prussia.