Daily Links 11/16/2010: GSI Commerce off 7% on analyst's downgrade

Gaspin to Step Down From NBCU
Top TV exec to leave company after Comcast deal complete
(Broadcasting & Cable)
Also, more on Amy Banse's move to Silicon Valley; NBCU's Zalaznick to oversee Telemundo.

Kurtz: Olbermann On the Rocks With MSNBC

Hands-On With Comcast’s Xfinity TV App (Gigaom: NewTeeVee)

Comcast's Smit Says TV App Will Help Speed Up Innovation: Video

TEDx at the Kimmel: Where ideas go to mix (Philadelphia Inquirer)

Drexel University Announces $45 Million Gift (PR Newswire)
From Bennett S. LeBow for new B-School facility.

GSI Commerce: Cowen Turns Bearish; Sees More Competition (Barron's: Tech Trader Daily)
The underlying question: Is GSI Commerce's core business model really profitable?

QlikTech Files Registration Statement for Proposed Secondary Public Offering (Business Wire)

Oracle Sees Ex-SAP CEO’s Testimony as “Context” for Damage Claim (All Things Digital: Digital Daily)

SAP Owes Oracle $40.6 Million for Infringement, Expert Tells Federal Jury (Bloomberg)
$40.6 million precisely?

Improving SAP usability: Perspectives from the ‘Google generation’ (SearchSAP.com)

Motorola Invests In BlackArrow
Amount of Funding in Dynamic Advertising-Insertion Startup Not Disclosed
(Multichannel News)
Comcast Interactive Capital is already an investor in BlackArrow.

Pepperjam founder invests in capital fund (Scranton Times-Tribune)
Founder Kris Jones sold Pepperjam to GSI Commerce last year.

The implications of too much VC money and too little startup talent (Fortune)


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