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Comcast Said to Agree to Pay $159 a Share for Time Warner Cable (Bloomberg)
Announcement expected in morning.
Comcast strikes deal to buy Time Warner Cable for $45 billion (LA Times: Company Town)
Get Ready for a Long Proxy Fight Over Time Warner Cable (New York Times: DealBook)
What was learned from Air Products/Airgas battle.
Comcast Adds Warner Bros. Fare To Electronic Video Store (Multichannel News)
Apple Said to Plan New TV Box Amid Time Warner Cable Talks (Bloomberg)
Alibaba to launch U.S. e-commerce website (Reuters)
SAP boss reveals plan to open chain of start-up cafes (Techworld)
Gartner Says CRM Will Be at the Heart of Digital Initiatives for Years to Come (Gartner Press Release)
Why Mobile CRM is a Mega-Shift in CRM (Jitendra Gupta/ Sand Hill)
Yahoo Strikes $10M Research Deal with Carnegie Mellon (Re/code)
Article isn't clear on this, but I assume Yahoo is paying C-M, not vice versa.
SAP user group says members will pull back on IT spending growth this year (PC World)
Email Attack on Vendor Set Up Breach at Target (Krebs on Security)
Was Target's Ariba portal part of the problem?
Delaware watches as Fisker hits the auction block (NewsWorks)
Campbell Soup Company upgrades software (Food Production Daily)