Links 11/10: Obama Backs Title II for Net Neutrality; Lockheed Martin wins $107 million Camden tax break approval from NJ EDA

President Obama Backs Title II for Net Neutrality in Big Win For Activists

Obama: Regulate broadband Internet like a utility so it 'works for everyone'

Republicans Are Only Sometimes the Party of Uber (New York Times)

Uber told the state it wouldn't operate, then did (Philadelphia Inquirer)

Uber’s Next Billion-Dollar Financing Could Be A Convertible Debt Round (TechCrunch)

HEC vs HCP vs sERP – SAP’s cloud strategy all kinda works out (Diginomica)

SAP bags Microsoft cloud leader as its chief technology officer
(Computerworld UK)

Comcast Working On Next-Gen X1 Gateway (Multichannel News)

Maurice Lévy Dropped $3.7 Billion on Sapient. Now What? (Ad Week)

Lockheed Martin wins tax break approval (Courier-Post)
So NJ is paying to keep jobs Lockheed says they would eliminate otherwise?

FolioDynamix Acquired by Actua Coporation
Edison Partners Exits Next-Generation Wealth Management Platform, Delivers 6X+ Return
(PR Web)

[Safeguard Scientifics -backed] MediaMath puts funding round to work, acquires Rare Crowds (NY Business Journal: Tech Flash)

Online lender On Deck Capital files for IPO (Reuters)
First Round Capital and SAP are investors.