Daily Links 6/3/2010: Google confirms acquisition of Invite Media

More On Invite Media And Google; Looking At Fetchback And GSI; M&A Mayhem! (AdExchanger.com)

Google Explains Its Invite Media Buy (All Things Digital: MediaMemo)

Google’s Invite Media Acquisition Raises Conflicts of Interest (GigaOM)

CDI Corp. Proposes Acquisition of RCM Technologies for $5.20 per Share of Common Stock (PR Newswire)
A hostile bid valued at about $67.6 million.

Comcast COO: We’re Not Competing with Google TV (NewTeeVee)

Genachowski Affirms Focus on Gateway Device, Spectrum Allocation
FCC Chairman Says Cable Card Has Not Work, Apps Coming To TV Set
(Multichannel News)

No Zucker ‘Exit Package,’ But What a Bonus (The Wrap)

Former NutriSystem CEO Michael Hagan Breaks into Home Security Market
Like NutriSystem Revolutionized the Diet Category, LifeShield Security is Poised to Steal Market Share from ADT and Broadview Customers with its Direct-to-Consumer Model
(Business Wire)

The Founders Behind Diapers.com Launch Soap.com: “All The Robots Are In Place” (TechCrunch)
Diapers.com, which is based in Montclair, NJ, has several Wharton connections among its top people and was funded in part by Penn-related MentorTech Ventures.

Niche cloud computing firms in M&A spotlight (Reuters)
Kenexa named as one possible takeover target.

NetSuite surprises: launches manufacturing edition (ZDNet Blogs)

Mid-Atlantic Capital Alliance, Eastern Technology Council form PACT (Philadelphia Business Journal)