Daily Links 12/14/2010: Comcast testing new way to navigate TV shows

Comcast tests new way to navigate TV shows (LA Times: Company Town)

Moffett Upgrades Comcast On Expectation of NBCU Meld
Bernstein Research analyst expects deal to close in early 2011
(Broadcasting & Cable)

Upton urges FCC to finish Comcast-NBC merger review (Washington Post: Post Tech)

Genachowski: Dec. 21 Net Neutrality Vote "Essential"
Discusses "seizing the opportunities" of broadband at Generation Mobile forum
(Broadcasting & Cable)

Comcast rolls out interactive ads for its customers (Harrisburg Patriot-News)

Jeremy Bloom-led startup raises venture capital (Fortune: The Term Sheet)
Bloom, who was briefly an Eagle, credits class he took at Wharton.

SAP's Not-So-Secret Weapon: Its Own CIO (CIO.com)

Lavante raises $8M in 3rd round (San Jose Business Journal)
Round led by SAP Ventures.

NetSuite: The quiet momentum (Enterprise Irregulars)

QlikView’s Free Personal Edition Up to 10,900 New Users in One Month (Business Wire)

Brightpoint pays Grahams $80M for Touchstone of Hatfield (Philly.com: Philly Deals)

Airgas Judge: See You Next Year (New York Times: DealBook)

C&D’s restructuring plan stalls (Philadelphia Business Journal: Technology Blog)