Daily Links 2/28/2011: Bel Fuse makes $246 million bid for Philly's Pulse Electronics

Comcast, NBC deal opens door for online video (AP via USA Today)

Comcast CEO Brian Roberts Calls Netflix Streaming Service a Positive (Hollywood Reporter)
Roberts: "What Used To Be Called 'Reruns' On Television Is Now Called Netflix".

Hogging Bandwidth Could Crack Netflix’s Piggy Bank (paidContent)

Boehner Says Vote To Invalidate Net Rules Could Come In March
House Speaker Says Chamber Will Act Because FCC Has Yet To 'Explain The Need For This Intrusion'
(Multichannel News)

Comcast: The Next Big Capital Allocation Story, Says Goldman (Barron's: Tech Trader Daily)

Liberty Media Reports Fourth Quarter and Year End 2010 Financial Results (Business Wire)
QVC Q4 revenue up 4%.

QVC, Starz Drive Liberty Q4 (Multichannel News)

Deborah M. Gage Named President and CEO of MEDecision
Experienced Senior Executive Brings Wide-Ranging Health IT Background to Leadership Role
(Business Wire)

Bel Fuse makes $246M offer for (Philly-based) Pulse Electronics
(AP via Forbes)
A few years ago it was the other way around, but Pulse (then named Technitrol) was the larger player at that time in terms of market value.

Motorola’s Xoom Tablet Sales Have Started ‘Relatively Well’ (Bloomberg)

Larry's Long Reach (Forbes)
On Larry Ellison-backed NetSuite.

Salesforce.com Falls; WSJ Reveals “The Truth Behind…The Hype”
(Forbes: The Tech Trade)

PPUG Spring 2011 reviews wrap-up (ZDNet Blogs)