Daily Links 1/27/2011: Comcast holds merger kickoff meetings in LA, NY and Philly

Comcast-NBC U execs tout synergy, muscle
Burke, Roberts rally newly merged troops

A Little Less Drama at NBC (New York Times)
On Comcast exec Stephen Burke taking over.

What are Comcast's plans for NBC News operations? (USA Today)

NBC vets Ebersol and Michaels can give Comcast a history lesson (LA Times: Company Town)

Hulu May Sell Broadcast Television Bundles (PC World)

Cable companies best at streaming Netflix video (CNET News)
Comcast ranked #2, according to Netflix.

New York's quest to become 'the digital city' (CNET News)

On Deck, Which Helps Small Businesses Get Capital, Lands Some Of Its Own (All Things Digital: New Enterprise)
$15 million C-round led by SAP Ventures, with early investor First Round Capital also participating again.

Portico Systems Reports Strong Revenue Growth and Promotes Job Creation in the State of Pennsylvania (Business Wire)

AMETEK Announces Record Results (PR Newswire)

Netsuite goes Native with Subscription and Billing (Diversity Limited Blog)
Although Media's Aria Systems is a Netsuite preferred provider.

Guerrilla Tactics for SAP’s OnDemand 'Go to Market' Strategy (SAP Community Network Blogs)

SAP Plans to Offer Flexibility Through Partnerships, Co-CEO McDermott Says (Bloomberg)

Software AG Surges as Profit Rises, CEO Says Company Aiming for DAX Index (Bloomberg)
Software AG has a significant presence in Berwyn as a result of its acquisition of IDS Scheer.

Inside Lockheed Martin's out-of-this-world virtual-reality lab (Denver Business Journal)

Lockheed Profit Dips on Lower Margins in Combat Jets (Bloomberg)

Motorola Mobility's Home Segment Q4 Sales Inch Up 1%
Cable Unit Revenue Down 7% for Full-Year 2010
(Multichannel News)