Daily Links 7/29/2013: CSC partners with ThingWorx; iMomentous wins best unknown business in America competition
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Avoiding Detroit's crash (Opinion/Philly.com)
NBC Chief Bob Greenblatt: 'There's Still Room for Improvement' (Hollywood Reporter)
Cable TV Subscriber Losses: Will Q2 Be Replay Of Q1? (Investor's Business Daily)
SC Unveils New Machine-to-Machine Solution
Developers in Manufacturing Industry Can Build Custom M2M Applications within Days (Business Wire)
In partnership with Exton-based ThingWorx.
Forget Pagers, Philly Startup Seratis Wants To Bring Hospital Communication Into The 21st Century (TechCrunch)
Bessemer Venture Partners Launches $100 Billion Cloud Index
(All Things D)
Is Silicon Valley Losing Out on Business Software Companies? (Wall Street Journal: Venture Capital Dispatch)
OpenView Ventures Partners Managing Director Adam Marcus (OpenView investments include Monetate, NextDocs, and Xtium) points out that many of the most successful cloud enterprise software companies are located outside Silicon Valley.
SAP expands partner program for application development (PC World)
NetSuite’s improbable growth steams cloud froth (PandoDaily)
Dish is likely eyeing new acquisitions after losing Sprint (PC World)
Gregory FCA and Safeguard Scientifics Name Best Unknown Businesses in America (Business Wire)
Horsham-based iMomentous and Lehigh Valley-based Bridgeway Academy the winners.