Daily Links 9/5/2012: Journal Register files for bankruptcy, up for sale; Fiberlink M&A target?

Renewed rumors in MDM M&A, spotlight on Fiberlink (451 Group: Inorganic Growth)
Fiberlink is based in Blue Bell, although it recently opened an office in Philadelphia.

10 Questions for Fiberlink CFO Mark Partin (PC World)

Another Tough Step (John Paton/Digital First)
Yardley-based Journal Register files for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy, will be sold, parent company CEO announces.

Journal Register Company files for bankruptcy (Poynter)

Nebula Raises $25M From Comcast, Kleiner Perkins To Help Companies Deploy On-Premise, Private Clouds (TechCrunch)

SAP Is Morgan Stanley's New Best Idea; Bullish On HANA (Eric Savitz/Forbes)

Oracle Wins Partial Victory in School's Software Project Lawsuit (PC World)

Qlik Shares Rally As Morgan Stanley Turns Bullish (Eric Savitz/Forbes)

Astea International Launches ServiceVision(TM): Cloud-Based Solution that Will Transform the Way Small and Midsize Businesses Deliver Service (PR Newswire)
Astea is based in Horsham.

Kenexa Releases the Industry’s First Social LMS, an Integral Part of Its Learning Suite (Business Wire)
Perhaps adds more substance to the emphasis IBM place on "social business" when it announced the acquisition last week.

Cable Industry Courts Network DVR (Zatz Not Funny!)

Good news for Del.: Fisker says Atlantic is a priority (Delaware Online: Delaware Inc)
What is the probability of a single Fisker automobile ever coming out of that Delaware plant?