Daily Links 7/1/2010: Motorola details break-up plans

The NBA and GSI Commerce Extend E-Commerce Agreement to 2017 (Business Wire)

Fisker Gets Green Light for New Plant, Toils in Tesla’s Shadow (VentureBeat via New York Times)

SAP co-CEO talking innovation (CIO.com)

SAP Joins Microsoft in Technology Recovery as `Crystal Ball Looks Good' (Bloomberg)

SAP under EU scrutiny: the malaise continues (ZDNet Blogs)

Analyzing the Success of SAP Inside Tracks
(Feeding The SAP Ecosystem)

Motorola details break-up plans, including name split
Separation expected to be completed in first quarter of 2011
The big question for this area is how committed will the new company be to maintaining operating management for Motorola Home (to be a part of Motorola Mobility) in Horsham. There has been some speculation of more of those functions moving to California.

AMETEK Acquires Haydon Enterprises (PR Newswire)
At $270 million, this is a rather pricey acquisition for Ametek, which more frequently makes very small deals.

Intel backs off WiMAX industry, dismisses WiMAX Program Office, say sources (DigiTimes)

Accel Invests in ModCloth, a Social Shopping Site (New York Times:

Boy Scouts to use FreedomPay technology at Jamboree (Philly.com: Philly Inc)

Judge: Pa. man can name company 'I Choose Hell' (Associated Press via
Google News)