Daily Links 6/22/2010: IBM will ‘vigorously’ fight $100M alleged racketeering suit from Devon IT

Is Malone Planning to Go Shopping? (New York Times: DealBook)
Renewed speculation about QVC ( through Liberty Interactive) buying out HSN.

IBM will ‘vigorously’ fight $100M alleged racketeering suit from IT partner (Local Tech Wire)

The Neat Company Raises $2.75 Million (PE Hub)
Edison Ventures' total investment in Neat now $15.5 million.

Verizon Canceling Wholesale FiOS?
DSLExtreme tried, failed to renegotiate new contract
(Broadband Reports)

Global CIO: An Open Letter To Apple CEO Steve Jobs
(Information Week)

Newspapers' owners choose Philadelphia Media Network Inc. as company's new name (Philadelphia Daily News)

Study: Pennsylvania slow in Internet speed (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)

NBC's John Miller To Concentrate On Comcast/NBCU Integration
Veteram CMO Will Hand Off Marketing Duties For TV Group To Adam Stotsky
(Multichannel News)

EarthLink opposes Comcast acquisition of NBC (Associated Press via Forbes)
Earthlink left Philly high and dry, as I recall.

Clearwire Raises $290M in Rights Offering (PC World)

Fiberlink Communications rolls out cloud-based patch-management service (ZDNet Blogs)
Fiberlink is based in Blue Bell.

After Four Months In Private Beta, Salesforce Chatter Finally Arrives As A Public Conversation (TechCrunchIT)

Enterprise-Software Makers Taking Cues From Facebook, Twitter (Dow
Jones Newswires via NASDAQ.com)

Dow Electronic Materials to Expand TMG Capacity to Serve LED Market (Business Wire)