Daily Links 6/17/2010: Philly Fed monthly outlook survey raises questions

Sprint: Should It Buy The Rest Of Clearwire? And Could It? (Barrron's: Tech Trader Daily)

Is WiMAX 802.16m doomed? (FierceWireless)

T-Mobile Extends HSPA+ Ahead of the Data Demand Wave (GigaOM)

NBC Keeps Part of the Hulu/Boxee Story a Secret (All Things Digital: MediaMemo)

FCC Advances Internet Rules Plan Over Opposition Led by AT&T
(Bloomberg Business Week)
FCC votes to seek comment on its new legal strategy (Washington Post: Post Tech)

Status of Written Confirmations From Comcast (New York Times: Bucks)

Philly regional manufacturing growth slows in June (Associated Press via Google News)
June 2010 Business Outlook Survey (Federal Reserve Bank of

Fed staffer proposes giant financial instrument database (Reuters)
Proposal comes from staffer at Philly Fed.

Hart-Scott-Rodino Act Waiting Period Expires for SAP's Acquisition of Sybase, Inc. (PR Newswire)

SAP goes Facebook with social network dashboard (ZDNet Blogs)

InfoLogix accounting firm McGladrey & Pullen resigns (Philadelphia Business Journal)

Thoughts on Invite Media (Cogblog)

Boomi Suggest - The Power of Multi-Tenancy (The Boomi Blog)