Daily Links 3/22/2011: Verizon Wireless CEO says no interest in Sprint

Cable Could Lose Wireless Bargaining Chip (Light Reading Cable)

Verizon Wireless CEO says no interest in Sprint deal (Reuters via Yahoo News)

Sprint 'Concerned' About AT&T-T-Mobile Deal, Verizon Will 'Be Watching' (PC Magazine)

Sprint Plans Appeal to Congress to Halt AT&T-T-Mobile Deal (Bloomberg)

Mother and Child Reunion … Or Not (Knowledge@Wharton)

appMobi Releases Mobile Web Services Creating Most Comprehensive Mobile App Ecosystem Available (PR Newswire)

NJ Senate puts telecommunications bill on hold (Asbury Park Press)

thePlatform Squelches Buyout Rumor (Light Reading Cable)

NBCU Refines Integrated Media Division With Promotions (paidContent)

Open Angel Forum Philadelphia's First Six Startups (Tedesco's Two Cents)

Cadient Group Expands and Diversifies Client Portfolio (Business Wire)

Half of SAP users 'dissatisfied' with system performance
Is it the software or the infrastructure to blame?
(Computerworld UK)

5 Ways Retailers Are Winning Big With Facebook Commerce (Mashable)
One of the examples given is Philly startup Kembrel.