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Phillies agree to new 25-year television deal (MLB.com)
Renews with Comcast SportsNet.
Phillies' 25-Year TV Rights Deal Worth An Average $100M Annually (Sports Business Daily)
Report says deal increases Phillies' equity stake in regional net to 25%.
Owners propose auction of Inquirer, Daily News, Philly.com (Newsworks)
Appature parent IMS Health files for $100 million IPO (GeekWire)
IMS Health, headquartered in Connecticut, has much of its US operations based in Collegeville and Plymouth Meeting. It was taken private by TPG and others in 2010 for $5.2 billion. Its Appature acquisition, made in 2013, was intended to help IMS better compete against companies like Veeva Systems on the technology front.
Marketo Pegged as Target in Cloud-Software Deal Spree: Real M&A (Bloomberg)
What is SAP HANA? A Look Through The History Of The Automobile (John Appleby/SAP HANA Blog)
DNAnexus builds online hub for scientists to store and share genetic data (VentureBeat)
First Round Capital participated again in DNAnexus' latest $15 million round, although this venture seems somewhat outside of FRC's usual domain expertise.
Odds dim for Fisker production in Delaware (AP via Miami Herald)
Vanguard's growing dominance: Morningstar (Philly.com: Philly Deals)