Daily Links 7/22/2013: Unisys snares $460 million Fed contract for border protection systems; Edison Ventures invests in two firms
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Women in the Workplace: Comcast CFO talks candidly about juggling personal life, work (Glenside News Globe Times Chronicle)
Comcast's X1 availability widens, mass-deployment still planned by year's end (Engadget)
Comcast & TiVo Hit Pause (Zatz Not Funny!)
Sprout Adding 3 New Series (Multichannel News)
Sprout, which is owned by Comcast's NBCU, is based in Fort Washington.
Netflix Q2 results are in: close to 30MM US streaming subscribers, $1B in revenue
Netflix Subscriber Growth Falls Short of Projections (Bloomberg)
TV tech: SeventySix sells Omek to Intel; Mass.firm moves to Radnor (Philly.com: Philly Deals)
Unisys scores $460M contract to modernize border protection systems
Edison Ventures Announces Investment in RealMatch (PR Web)
Leads $7 million round with $6 million investment.
Edison Ventures Invests in eSentire Provider of Network Security as a Managed Service (PR Web)
Leads $5.5 million investment in a $7.0 million total financing round in Ontario, Canada based eSentire.
RightCare Solutions, Inc. Reports Positive Topline Results with D2S2 in Reducing All-Cause 30-day Readmissions from Pivotal Study (PR Newswire)