Links 12/9/2014: Oracle wants you to try its cloud; Comcast sued for turning home Wi-Fi routers into public hotspots
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Reveal more, negotiate lower fees, Pennsylvania Auditor General tells pensions (PE Hub)
Comcast sued for turning home Wi-Fi routers into public hotspots (San Francisco Chronicle)
Time Warner Cable CEO Targets TV Sub Growth in 2015, Talks Comcast Deal (Hollywood Reporter)
Cheaper viewing packages to charm 'cord-cutters' (Philadelphia Inquirer)
Rutledge: OTT is ‘Playing With Fire’ (Multichannel News)
Exclusive: HBO to outsource streaming technology in blow to 'backstabbing' CTO (Fortune)
Outsourcing to MLB Advanced Media, which I believe is an Amazon Web Services user (as it Netflix).
Why LinkedIn Should Pay Attention to Salesforce’s Most Important Acquisition to Date (Sandhill)
Oracle humbly suggests that you try its cloud (Gigaom)
Effort led by former SAP exec Shawn Price.
SAP’s Concur Says It Continued to Invest in Travel Tech Startups (Skift)
Tech’s Lost Chapter: An Oral History of Boston’s Rise and Fall, Part One (Re/code)
Bergdorf Goodman enhances customer service with cell phone chargers (Luxury Daily)
Provided by Philly startup ChargeItSpot, which just finished raising a round of $3.2 million, as reported by Technical.ly Philly.