Links 5/30/2014: Are developers disappointed in Comcast?; New SAP channel chief readying new partner business models
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Comcast-Spectacor combines ticket companies; 15 jobs eliminated (Philadelphia Business Journal)
Why Google, Comcast, and AT&T Are Making Power Utilities Nervous (Business Week)
The epic technological transition that explains this year’s spate of tech mergers (Washington Post: Switch)
Comcast, Blasted By Customers, Disappoints Developers Too (ReadWrite)
Not sure if this is an accurate reflection of everything going on in Comcast's tech
ecosystem. Also, on X1, I think Comcast has been focused to this point on maintaining
the quality of the Cloud environment as it rolls out before opening it. Any comments?
Comcast To Give Video Devices A Shot In The ARM (Multichannel News)
Cloudy glasnost for Microsoft and Salesforce.com, but what must Bernard think? (Diginomica)
SALESFORCE MUSCLES IN ON SAP TERRITORY WITH MICROSOFT PARTNERSHIP (Computer Busines Review)
Event Report: Answers To The Top 12 Questions About SAP Ahead of #SapphireNow #ASUG2014 (R "Ray" Wang/A Software Insider's Point of View)
New SAP Channel Chief Readying New Partner Business Models (CRN)
Alibaba among companies looking to invest in AppNexus -WSJ
AppNexus is a First Round Capital portfolio company. It is reported to be seeking a valuation in the $1 billion range.
Edison Ventures Exits Contact Center Solutions Leader – Uptivity Acquired by inContact (PR Web)
Edison says exit generates 50% IRR for it.
Maryland poaches another start-up (Washington Post)