Daily Links 7/18/2013: Dell postpones buyout vote: SAP software sales soft on China concerns

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SAP warns China's slowdown is hurting software sales (Reuters)

SAP Second-Quarter Software License Sales Miss Estimates (Bloomberg)

SAP’s Q2 shows core weakness (Dennis Howlettt/Diginomica)

Dell Buyout Vote Delayed (All Things D)

Verizon Shares Fall After Wireless Demand Boosts Expenses (Bloomberg)

Verizon Crosses 5M Video Subscribers
FiOS, Wireless Fuel Strong Q2
(Multichannel News)

Pushing the Right Buttons
Apple’s Move Into TV Relies on Cooperation With Industry Leaders
(New York Times)

TOA raises $66M to eliminate hours spent waiting on the cable guy (VentureBeat)

Ebay Marketing Arm Unites Companies, Rebrands (Ad Week)

Quality Systems, activist firm reach settlement on board nominees (Reuters)
Quality Systems' primary business unit is Horsham-based NextGen Healthcare.

Philly manufacturing index surges to two-year high (MarketWatch)