Daily Links 9/21/2011: Ex-SAP CEO Apotheker might be on the way out at HP

Liberty Media Zooms As Court Upholds Appeal On Spin-Off (Barron's: Tech Trader Daily)
Implications for QVC, perhaps TruePosition, as well as the Atlanta Braves.
Liberty Media's press release. Split-off expected to be completed Friday afternoon, Liberty says.

HP Board Said to Weigh Ousting Apotheker as CEO (Bloomberg)

Is HP competing for "worst board ever" honors? (Reuters)

Oracle Gains After Corporate Software Spending Boosts Profit (Bloomberg)

SAP's Software-Only Innovation Challenge (Josh Greenbaum/Information Week)

Analyzing the Crossgate Acquisition: An SAP and Market Perspective (Spend Matters)

Comcast upbeat about 3Q performance, CFO says (MarketWatch)

Turner Goes to Bat for Playoffs in Philly
TBS turns bus stops into dugouts to promote baseball
(Broadcasting & Cable)

Cable wins broadband subs as telcos take TV (Gigaom)

Why Did Rosum Sell Out? (Directions Magazine)
Rosum recently sold its patent portfolio to Berwyn-based TruePosition.

Heartland Payment sees growth in market share, margins (Reuters)

Greenlight LaserFocus Now an SAP-Endorsed Business Solution for Automated User Access Risk Remediation (Marketwire)