Daily Links 7/22/2010: Comcast’s NBC Purchase May Mean Selling Stations (Bloomberg)

Comcast, GE: Character Assassins Shouldn't Shoot Down NBCU Deal
Parties Believe FCC Should 'Expeditiously' Approve The Union
(Multichannel News)

Comcast’s NBC Purchase May Mean Selling Stations or Arbitration (Bloomberg Business Week)

New DirecTV chief looks beyond the fizz (LA Times)

QlikTech Announces Closing of Initial Public Offering of Common Stock and Exercise of Over-Allotment Option (Business Wire)
Sold full over-allotment of 1,680,000 shares in addition to initial offering of 11,200,000 shares.

SAP-Sybase: What to Expect in the First 90 Days (PC World)

Tyco Electronics posts quarterly profit (Reuters)

SEI Investments reports 2Q income growth (AP via Bloomberg Business Week)

DreamIt Aims To Accelerate New Business Development (Forbes)

SeatGeek Lands $1 Million for Predictive Ticket Pricing (Digital Media Wire)
NY-based graduate of DreamIt Ventures program.

SunGard Acquires Fox River Execution (PR Web)

Cobblestone | Harris Williams Advises E-Mon, LLC, in its Sale to Strategic Buyer Honeywell International (Business Wire)
E-Mon, which is based in Langhorne, manufactures smart energy submeter systems and integrated energy intelligence software.

Dow Electronic Materials Inaugurates New Facility to Serve Fast Growing OLED Market (Business Wire)