2/10: Report: Foxconn, Sharp pick Pennsylvania as likely LCD plant site; Wawa to offer mobile ordering
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Foxconn, Sharp pick Pennsylvania as likely LCD plant site (Nikkei Asian Review)
Wawa Becomes Latest C-store Chain to Offer Mobile Ordering (Convenience Store News)
DuPont seeks pesticide buyer to 'create strong competitor' (Philly.com: Philly Deals)
Subaru Could Be Soon Testing Self-Driving Cars in California (Fortune)
Main Line couple give millions to MIT for autism research (Philly.com)
Hock Tan is CEO of chip maker giant Broadcom Ltd. in Southern California.
Ford bets $1B on startup founded by Waymo, Uber vets (AP)
Pittsburgh autonomous car startup; how can you be a 'vet' of Waymo?
Centiq to in-memory SAP HANA users: Psst. Meet us in the public cloud (The Register)
Steve Singh: We've been less than clear on our strategy in the SME space. Business ByDesign and S/4HANA Cloud are very complementary #SAP— China Martens (@chinamartens) February 9, 2017
The Death Of The Commercial Database: Oracle's Dilemma (Samadhi Partners, SeekingAlpha)
Engineering Software Finally Starts Moving to the Cloud (Bloomberg)
FCC’s TV-for-Mobile Spectrum Auction Ends With $19.6 Billion Bid (Reuters via Fortune)