Daily Links 12/8/2011: Verizon Ditches DirecTV LTE Plans for Cable

G.E.-Microsoft Venture to Create ‘Windows’ for Health Care (New York Times: Bits)

Microsoft, HP team to sell public and private cloud services (ZDNet Blogs)

HCM is the new Cloud apps frontline - buyers beware! (BusinesCloud9)

Enterprise software's maintenance model faces triple threat (ZDNet Blogs)

CDI Corp. Announces Strategic Plan to Enhance Long-Term Growth (PR Newswire)
To let go 200 employees.

Verizon ends satellite deal, FiOS expansion as it partners with cable (Washington Post:
Post Tech)

Verizon Ditches DirecTV LTE Plans for Cable (Light Reading Cable)

Verizon And RedBox Planning Major Partnership For Early 2012 Launch (TechCrunch)

Comcast elevates cable systems chief Neil Smit (LA Times: Company Town)

When Will Comcast Demand Our Firstborn?
The NBC 10/WHYY partnership is great for the cable giant. For Philly, not so much.
(Philadelphia Magazine: The Philly Post)

NBC Sports Network Plans a Long Game Against ESPN (Ad Age)

Fisker Karma deliveries still parked at zero (Yahoo! Autos)
Fisker is supposed to begin producing one line of automobile in Delaware some time next year.

New Co-Working Space Opens at Science Center Port Business Incubator (Business Wire)

Analysis: Venture capital funding doubles for online retail (Reuters)


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