Daily Links 6/15/2010: Comcast’s $16 Million Web-Slowdown Agreement Approved

Microsoft's Philly high school traveled rocky road (Associated Press via Google News)

Verizon Business Leads Industry as First Global SAP-Certified Provider of Cloud Services
Designation Underscores Criticality of SAP Applications Moving to the Cloud
(PR Newswire)

CardioNet, Inc. Appoints Joseph H. Capper President and Chief Executive Officer (Business Wire)

Dan Gross: Oprah huddles at Comcast (Philadelphia Daily News)

Comcast’s $16 Million Web-Slowdown Accord Approved (Bloomberg
Business Week)

Comcast gets support from Martha's Vineyard and South Bend
(LA Times: Company Town)

InfoLogix Continues to Derive Value from Patent Portfolio; Company to Receive $2.2 Million for Patents on Touch Screen Systems and Methods (PR Newswire)

ProtonMedia and LiquidHub Form Technology and Services Partnership
Companies team to provide life sciences organizations 3-D virtual collaboration and communication solutions integrated with Microsoft SharePoint and OCS
(Business Wire)

Is Pharma Blocking or Supporting iPad Use by Sales Reps? (Pharma Marketing Blog)