Daily Links 11/8/2010: Ellison testifies in SAP/Oracle trial

Larry Ellison says SAP's actions cost Oracle as much as $4 billion (San Jose Mercury News)

Comcast 'RNG' Set-Tops Have IPTV Potential (Light Reading Cable)

Go back to the future
When the Astros and Rockets launch their channel, it likely will remind viewers of HSE

(Houston Chronicle)

Senator cites Olbermann suspension in opposition to NBCU-Comcast deal (Politico: On Media)

NetSuite's big target: Microsoft Dynamics and its 'fake cloud' (ZDNet Blogs)

Confirmed: Amazon Spends $545 Million On Diapers.com Parent Quidsi (TechCrunch)

MDA Lending Solutions Part of TPG Capital Acquisition of MDA Property Information Businesses (Business Wire)

CardioNet, Inc. Announces Definitive Merger Agreement with Biotel, Inc. (Business Wire)
CardioNet, Inc. Reports Third Quarter 2010 Financial Results (Business Wire)

Safeguard Scientifics Partner Company Avid Radiopharmaceuticals to Be Acquired by Eli Lilly
Sale of Molecular Imaging Agents Developer Expected to Generate Minimum 3x Cash-on-Cash Return for Safeguard
(Business Wire)

Technitrol Announces Name Change to Pulse Electronics Corporation
Company to Change Ticker Symbol to “PULS” as of November 15, 2010
Company Poised to Advance its Position as Pure-Play Electronic Components Business
(Business Wire)
Pulse Electronics Corporation Reports Strong Third Quarter Results (Business Wire)

PhillyInc: Checkpoint checks in to Philadelphia (Philly.com)

WEP Early Success Story: Nat Turner of Invite Media (Video: Wharton Entrpreneurial Programs)