Daily Links 9/2/2011: As Netflix loses Starz, Dish/Blockbuster reportedly ready to enter market

Judge Enters Comcast–NBCU Final Judgment, With His Own New OVD Condition
Requires keeping track of any arbitration that can be invoked by competing OVDs for two years
(Broadcasting & Cable)

Comcast Ads Misled Customers, Regulator Says (The Wrap)

Netflix to lose Starz, its most valuable source of new movies (LA Times: Company Town)

What Wall Street is saying about Netflix-Starz (Gigaom)

Dish Said to Plan Blockbuster Rival to Netflix (Bloomberg)
More troubling news for Netflix; its "mini-monopoly" may be coming to an end.

Oracle Verdict Against SAP Is Overturned (AP via NY Times)

8 “Ideas” on Why Judge Overturned Oracle v. SAP Verdict (ASUG News)

AOL: Mike Arrington Is No Longer Employed By This Company (Silicon Alley Insider)
Update: AOL clarifies Arrington's role, though I'm not sure this matter has been cleared up yet. Coincidentally, I did mention one Arrington/Huffington incident at the end of my blog post about MapQuest yesterday before this all broke. It all may have been in good humor, as Huffington is certainly a toughened veteran of the talk show wars, but one wonders if there was tension there. Also, the talk of selling or breaking up AOL may have contributed to the timing of this move.

Philadelphia exchange faring well under Nasdaq (Philadelphia Inquirer)
Though with a lot less people.

Business Objects (& SAP) Vets Raise $6 Million For Business Analytics Software Startup Visier (TechCrunch)

Workday during Hurricane Dreamforce (Enterprise Irregulars)

University tests SAP ERP on new Dell cloud
University of Kentucky sees cost advantages

Genuine Parts buys Cobra Wire and Cable (AP via Business Week)
Cobra is based in Hatboro.

Kevin Riordan: Rutgers law librarian a Web pioneer (Philadelphia Inquirer)