Daily Links 11/18/2011: Clearwire shares plummet on default fears

Urban Outfitters Losing Investors With Failing Fashions (Bloomberg)

ACS Transit nets $130M SEPTA fare-system upgrade (Philadelphia Business Journal)

Salesforce Tumbles After Billings Miss Analysts’ Estimates (Bloomberg)

‘Sup with SAP? (Gigaom)
Some possible SAP acquisition targets.

Site Tracks 'love,' 'hate' of SAP, Oracle and Other Software Vendors (PC World)

Motorola Mobility shareholders vote yes on a buy-out by Google (VentureBeat)

Cable-Tec Expo: SCTE Lures More Than 10,000 To Atlanta Confab
Attendance Up 24% from Last Year's Event in New Orleans
(Multichannel News)

Can cable take the lead on social TV? (Fierce Cable)

Q&A: How Comcast is adjusting to our changing TV habits (GeekWire)
Interview with Tom Blaxland, senior director of product management for Comcast Interactive Media.

Clearwire shares plunge 31 percent on default fears (Reuters)