Daily Links 11/19/2010: Oracle Rests in SAP case

First Round - Six Years, Our Third Fund, and Looking Ahead (Redeye VC)

Comcast Trims Another Division (Light Reading Cable)

Sprint Nextel's Technology Lead at Risk as Clearwire Faces Cash Crunch (Bloomberg)

A Philly spin on the TED conference (Philadelphia Inquirer)

Oracle Rests SAP Case, Slams HP CEO (All Things Digital: Digital Daily)

SAP System Issue Blamed for Delayed San Diego Audit (PC World)

Google Turns Its Local Eyes to Groupon–But Who Else Could Enter Bidding? (All Things Digital: BoomTown)

NimbleCommerce lets newspapers build their own Groupon (VentureBeat)
Philly.com is one of their initial clients.

NetSuite Jumps On Salesforce Beat; Feltl Starts At Buy Rating (Barron's: Tech Trader Daily)

FI Compliance Solutions Launches New Loan Portfolio Review Solution (PR Newswire)

Philadelphia U. plans College of Engineering, Design and Commerce (Philadelphia Business Journal)

As Tech Deals Boom, Talk Turns to Bubbles (New York Times: DealBook)

HIStalk Interviews Jonathan Phillips (HIStalk)
Interesting perspective on the M & A environment in Healthcare IT.