Daily Links 3/24/2011: Comcast Urged Employees To Vote For Charter In 'Worst Company' Poll

Comcast Urged Employees To Vote For Charter In 'Worst Company' Poll
Biggest U.S. Cable Operator Said It Was Responding to Consumerist's Invitation to Participate

(Multichannel News)
I held off on this story until I knew it was a Corporate-sponsored effort rather than some prank by a local office.
However, I don't really hold the Consumerist in high regard as an unbiased observer of Comcast, and don't see anything wrong with what Comcast did although it will likely cause a negative PR backlash that will play to the Consumerist's advantage.

Time Warner Cable Is Said in Talks to Use Falcone's LightSquared Network (Bloomberg)

Clearwire Chairman wary of raising more debt (Reuters)

Oracle to give early view of software demand (Reuters)

Oracle FYQ3 Beats; Ups Dividend 20% (Barron's: Tech Trader Daily)
Oracle tops profit views, sales rise 37% (MarketWatch)

Announcing the 2011 OnDemand 100 Top Private Companies (AlwaysOn)
Includes Philly-area companies Aria Systems, Fiberlink, iPipeline, and Portico Systems.

Business Incubator Series: Interview With Kerry Rupp, Managing Partner, DreamIT Ventures — Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania (Part 1) (Sramana Mitra)

Energy efficiency is SAP’s strongest 2010 sustainability success story (SmartPlanet)

Business Intelligence Goes Mainstream At info360
(Information Week)

Fishing with the press of a button (phillyBurbs.com)