Daily Links 8/29/2012: Razorfish Health merges with Publicis Healthware; Google said to hire banker to sell Motorola Home

Philly-based Razorfish Health in merger with Publicis Healthware (Medical Marketing & Media)

Google Said To Hire Barclays To Sell Motorola’s Home Business (Bloomberg)

Comcast-Spectacor hasn’t spoken with Kings at all, arena project barely off the ground (NBC Sports)

The arena: impressions of a presentation (Virginian-Pilot)

Why The Cable Companies Aren't Screwed (Silicon Alley Insider)

Why Time Warner Cable’s NYC fiber rollout is nothing like Google’s (Gigaom)

Internal Oracle Document Details HCM Software Strategy Plans (PC World)

Ariba Shareholders Approve Acquisition by SAP (PR Newswire)
Companies say regulatory approval, deal closure anticipated in 4th quarter.

New SAP Software Gives Customers '360-degree' Insight Into IT Environments (PC World)

Dash for a Good Cause: How Business Intelligence Transformed My Daughter’s Fundraiser (Derek Loranca/The Decision Factor)
Derek P. Loranca is a Philly area resident who works for a Fortune 100 corporation as a BI Specialist. He is also active in the SAP BI community.

Wendy Warren leaves Philly.com for NBCWashington.com (Poynter)

How Technology has Changed, One National Geographic at a Time (John Gelhard/CarrierBid Communications)
John Gelhard is a principal of Philly-based telecom consultant CarrierBid Communications.

Aetna, eviti Launch a Decision Support Program to Make Cancer Care More Effective and Efficient (Business Wire)
eviti is based in Philadelphia.

Federal Reserve Board Beige Book: Philadelphia, August 29, 2012 (Federal Reserve Board)