Daily Links 4/5/2012: Comcast battles little Boxee; Trib, DirecTV reach deal

SAP North America Chief Robert Courteau Resigns After 15 Months (Bloomberg)
A little more detail on Courteau here.

Oracle's Mark Hurd Spells out Analytics Vision (PC World)

SAP's VC unit scours Silicon Valley for startups (Bloomberg & the San Francisco Chronicle)

Norcross' new role as newspaper owner has some worried (Philadelphia Inquirer)

Why digital-native media will (almost) always win (Gigaom)

Big Media Tussles With Tiny Boxee Over the Future of TV (Bloomberg)

Tribune, DirecTV Hammer Out A Deal
23 Stations in 19 Markets Go Live in Time For MLB's Opening Day
(Multichannel News)
WPHL should be back on DirecTV.

Comcast, TWC Still Bullish On Interactive TV
Two Biggest Operators See New Opportunities for EBIF Platform
(Multichannel News)

Mistras Group, Inc. Strong 3rd Quarter Results Demonstrate Continued Growth in Revenues and Profits
Revenue Increases 31%, Adjusted EBITDA* Increases 28%
(Globe Newswire)
Mistras Group is based in Princeton Junction.

Dataram Leverages Intellectual Property Through Sale of Patent Assets (Business Wire)

AdvantEdge Healthcare Solutions Acquires COMPUDATA
AHS expands its comprehensive medical billing services to clients in Ohio and Pennsylvania
(Business Wire)
AdvantEdge Healthcare Solutions is a Safeguard Scientifics portfolio company.

Longview Positioned in 'Visionaries' Quadrant for Corporate Performance Management Suites by Leading Analyst Firm (Marketwire)
Longview's US headquarters are in Radnor.

TelVue Announces the Launch of TelVue CloudCast (Marketwire)
TelVue is based in Mt Laurel.

Pennsylvania University (LaSalle) Rolls Out Remote IT Support Platform (Campus Technology)

Announcing the world's first Healthcare Startup Weekend, to take place in Philadelphia on June 1 (Flying Kite Media)

New Belgium plans $175 million brewery in N.C. (Denver Post)
Philadelphia was the other east coast location said to have been in the running.