Daily Links 7/21/2011: Comcast splits media business between WPP, Publicis

Comcast Splits Media Business Between WPP, Publicis
With NBC Acquisition, Conflicts Made It Difficult to Consolidate at One Shop
(Ad Age)

TruePosition Alleges Plot Against Its 9-1-1 Location System
(PC World)

TruePosition Announces Renewal of Agreement with AT&T (Business Wire)

Moto Mobility Zooms 17%: Nokia Results, Patent Issues In Focus (Barron's: Tech Trader Daily)
The InterDigital effect?
Update: Apparently investor Carl Icahn is pushing MMI to realize the value of its patent portfolio

Congratulations to myYearbook (Business Insider)
By First Round Capital Managing Partner Chris Fralic.

Express Scripts will buy rival Medco for $29.1B (AP via Forbes)
Both have fulfillment operations in Philly area; merger could also mean more pricing pressure on Pharma companies.

July 2011 Business Outlook Survey (Philly Fed)
Not great, but a better outlook than last month.
Factory activity rebounds in Philly region (MarketWatch)

Philadelphia official fired for accepting meals, gifts from city contractors (Philadelphia Inquirer)

Comcast kills off Stephen King movie series (Marketplace)

Will Cisco Bail on Set-Top Boxes? (Light Reading Cable)

Case Study: Philadelphia Museum Uses Foursquare to Increase Awareness (Street Fight)

McDermott Says SAP Has `Great' Position in Brazil
(Video: Bloomberg via Washington Post)

Talk About Agile Commerce: Monetate has moved, into a cool new space (Monetate Blog)