SAP Attorney: Board Knew TomorrowNow Was Infringing at Time of Acquisition (All Things Digital: Digital Daily)

SAP grills Oracle as Apotheker absent from trial (Reuters)

Where the rubber hits the road for Sales 2.0 (Computerworld Blogs)

City Hall: Costs triple, implementation delayed, features missing for Portland's $47.4 million software system (The Oregonian)
Another troubled muni SAP implementation, though no one seems to be pointing fingers at SAP.

Google and VivaKi Extend Partnership (New York Times: Media Decoder)
Building new ad-buying platform based on Invite Media's technology.

The Franklin Institute Announces the 2011 Franklin Institute Laureates (PR Newswire)

CardioNet, Inc. and MedApps, Inc. Partner to Expand Wireless Medicine
(Business Wire)

Archer Group opens Phila. office (Philadelphia Business Journal)

DailyCandy Wants To Make ‘Deals’ With Local Marketers (paidContent)

Comcast Debuts VOD Search
Feature Arrives in Motorola Footprint; Tru2way Guide for Cisco Markets Set for First Half of 2011
(Multichannel News)

U.S. web sales outpace total sales for QVC in Q3
Domestic web sales grew 18.2% and accounted for 30.9% of sales in the latest quarter.
(Internet Retailer)