Daily Links 11/11/2010: Is Hulu The OPEC Of Online Video?

Report: NBC’s Jeff Gaspin Out In The Comcast Reshuffling (Forbes: Moneywood)

Internet TV battles come to head at FCC (Washington Post: Post Tech)

Why Hulu Is The OPEC Of Online Video

Verizon FiOS Launches Free Flex View Service (PC Magazine)

H-P’s new CEO spotted by employees
But he is staying far, far away from Silicon Valley

SAP hopes to make users’ work easier with better UI designs (SearchSAP.com)

Quintiq Expands in North America, Opens 2nd U.S. Office in San Francisco (PR Newswire)
Quintiq's North American headquarters are in Wayne.

Rembrandt IP sues Seagate, Western Digital (AP via Business Week)
Rembrandt IP, of Bala Cynwyd, is considered by some to be a "patent troll".

Cisco's Cable Sales Get Hammered
Set-Top Sales in North America Drop 40% Year-Over-Year
(Multichannel News)
Interesting that Cisco's cable business is getting hammered even as Motorola's comparable business seems to be recovering somewhat.
Bernstein Research analyst Craig Moffett's view.

A Conversation with QlikView Architect Håkan Wolgé (The QlikView Blog)

The Busiest Woman in Philly: Roz Duffy Puts Innovation on Two Stages in November (Keystone Edge)

UniTek Global Services Announces Pricing of Public Offering of Its Common Stock and Commencement of Trading on the NASDAQ Global Market (Marketwire)