Links 11/13/2013: IBM to acquire Blue Bell-based Fiberlink Communications; NBC buys out Sprout partners
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IBM to Acquire Fiberlink Communications, Transforming the Mobile Management and Security Market (PR Newswire)
IBM buys Fiberlink (Philly Deals)
With Fiberlink acquisition, IBM gets serious about mobile device management (VentureBeat)
RightCare Solutions Raises $5.0M in Series B Round Led By Domain Associates and Compass Partners (Business Wire)
NBCU Buys Full Ownership Of Sprout (Multichannel News)
Sprout is based in Fort Washington. NBC bought out partners PBS and HIT Television Ventures to get 100% control.
Clearleap Raises Additional $20 Million to Accelerate TV Everywhere Deployments (Videonuze)
Bala Cynwyd-based Susquehanna Growth Equity leads round in Atlanta company.
Hulu in talks with Time Warner, Comcast, and others about possible cable bundling deals: WSJ (The Verge)
Netflix Gives Most, but Not All, of Its TV Viewers a New Look (All Things D)
Verizon Cloud Video Unit Snaps Up Multiscreen Startup
Brand.com launches a program for deleting false Web pages on Google, Yahoo and Bing (The Next Web)
Brand.com is based in Philadelphia.
Veeva Systems Introduces Mobile CRM and CLM Solution for Windows 8 (Business Wire)
Alteva Reports Third Quarter 2013 Financial Results (Marketwire)
Companion Property & Casualty Plugs in Acrometis’ CLAIMExpert to Drive Down Claim Costs (Business Wire)
Acrometis is based in Chesterbrook.
Amazon Launches WorkSpaces, A Virtual Desktop Service On AWS
HP Chromebook 11 disappears from retailers everywhere without explanation (GeekWire)
The withdrawal was apparently due to overheating chargers.