GSI Commerce to Acquire Fanatics, Inc.
Company announces new $400 million credit agreement and $50 million share repurchase authorization
(Business Wire)
Acquisition valued at about $277 million.

GSI Commerce Reports Fiscal 2010 Year and Fourth Quarter Operating Results
(Business Wire)

Clearwire Said to Stop Retail Expansion, Keep Existing Stores in Save Cash (Bloomberg)

Defense contractor Kratos buying Herley Industries (Bloomberg)
Herley Industries is based in Lancaster.

Data Centers Offer Hope for St. Louis Office Market
(New York Times)
Highlighted by Unisys's new software development center.

DDMAC's Abrams gives update on policy making (Medical Marketing & Media)

Time Warner Cable slapped for "fiber optic" claims (Reuters)
The ads by Time Warner Cable and some other cable companies misusing the term "fiber optic" to compare themselves to FiOS are absolutely deceptive.

Comcast's Next Big Battle May Be in Its Backyard (Daily Finance)
I'm not sure Comcast agrees with one of the premises of this article: that the agreement with the FCC necessarily changed the terms under which it must offer Comcast SportsNet programming
to others.