Links 10/14: Drexel chief Fry warns Philly Chamber: Smaller cities 'eating our lunch'; Why PACT's new rebranding isn't really about PACT
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Cisco president: One 'hiccup' and 'boom' - AWS is 'gone'
Salesforce’s Marc Benioff denies Twitter acquisition: ‘Not the right fit’ (VentureBeat)
Though I wonder if he's trying to talk the price down some more.
Here's Who May Want Twitter Now That Salesforce Says it Doesn't
Morningstar agrees to buy remaining stake in venture capital data provider PitchBook for $180 million (GeekWire)
The Cheapest Cities to Base Your Tech Startup (Bloomberg)
Philadelphia in top five.
Drexel chief Fry warns Philly Chamber: Smaller cities 'eating our lunch' (Philly.com: Philly Deals)
Why PACT's new rebranding isn't really about PACT (Philadelphia Business Journal)
Q3 saw highest investment figures in Philly area since Great Recession: Report (Philadelphia Business Journal)
Ad tech company AppNexus is restructuring and cutting 150 jobs as it gears up for its IPO (Business Insider)
People have been talking about AppNexus' IPO forever. First Round Capital was an early investor.
SAP: If You Acquire Just To Fill A Tech Gap, You Become A Commodity (Ad Exchanger)