3/2: Rebuilding Camden 'brick by brick'; Vanguard to reimburse clients after February website outage
Developer: Bringing Camden back will happen 'brick by brick' (Courier-Post)
In liquid biopsy race, Freenome lands $65 million, led by Andreessen Horowitz (TechCrunch)
Old story - started in Philly, split for San Fran.
NBCU Commits to $1 Billion in Ad Deals That Move Beyond Nielsen Guarantees (Ad Age)
Charter doesn't need Verizon to buy it, Liberty CEO Maffei says (FierceCable)
analyst Craig Moffett's advice to Cox leaders this week on where to focus: dance with the girl who brung you, The Network.— Todd Smith (@toddpr) March 2, 2017
Sling TV makes competitive response to YouTube, acquires Comcast RSNs rights (FierceCable)
But no Philly RSN.
"Continuing their disrespect and outright hate of customers in the Philadelphia sports…" — 1EYEDJimmyBivvins https://t.co/lDv5HxytPH— tom paine (@phillytechnews) March 2, 2017
Vanguard to reimburse clients after February website outage (MarketWatch)
AWS Storage Service Outage: Assessing the Fallout (Constellation Research)
AWS apologizes for February 28 outage, takes steps to prevent similar events (VentureBeat)
BRIEF-C3 IoT closes new financing at a $1.4 billion valuation (Reuters)
McKesson and Change complete tech merger (Modern Healthcare)