Daily Links 10/27/2010: Comcast, SAP post earnings

Comcast Quarterly Profit Tops Estimates on Higher Cable Bills

Comcast CEO: iPad, tablets give us ability to 'start from scratch' on TV interface (ZDNet Blogs)

Comcast Says Its Disappearing Subscribers Aren’t Cord-Cutters (All
Things Digital: MediaMemo)

Cablevision makes Fox an offer it hopes can't be refused (LA Times: Company Town)
Fox has rejected that offer.

SAP Q3 results miss expectations, hits out at Oracle strategy (ZDNet Blogs)

Oracle's Ellison Vows to Prove New HP CEO in on Scheme (PC World)

SAP: Larry Ellison Is Wrong About HP CEO Apotheker (PC World)

Where in the World Is Léo Apotheker? (New York Times: Bits)

GSI Commerce Reports Fiscal 2010 Third Quarter Operating Results (Business Wire)
GSI Commerce posts wider Q3 loss, shares fall (Reuters)

InterDigital Announces Third Quarter 2010 Financial Results
(Business Wire)
Says it will begin paying regular quarterly dividend.

Sprint CEO: In Talks With Clearwire On Financial Options (Dow Jones
Newswires via Nasdaq.com)

UberCab’s Masterstroke: Forgoing Buy-In from San Francisco Officials (PE Hub)

Three Reasons Why Apple-Unisys Is a Smart Partnership (ZDNet Blogs)