Daily Links 11/29/2012: Zucker named CNN President; Cable Biz Services revenues continue to soar

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The Series A crunch is hitting now. Have we even noticed? (PandoDaily)

CNN Names Jeff Zucker President
(Ad Age)

Workday Posts Strong Start As Public Firm
Workday post-IPO financial results exceed expectations and it sets lofty goals for market share gains against Oracle and SAP.
(Information Week)

AWS fattens EC2 cloud for big data, in-memory munching
Data Pipeline service links data sources, automates chewing and spitting
(The Register)

Analyst, SAP dispute over reported support discounts reveals murky picture (Computerworld)

Accenture Acquires Octagon Research Solutions as Competition Heats Up in Pharma (HfS Research via Octagon Research website)

Cable's Cut of the Biz Services Pie to Eclipse $7B (Light Reading Cable)

Rajant Teams with Northrop Grumman for Exclusive Distribution Rights for a Series of Risk-Reduction Exercises in the U.S. Army Network Integration Evaluations (NIE) (Business Wire)

Carter Validus Buys Philly Enterprise Data Center (Data Center Knowledge)
The data center is under long-term lease to Vanguard, the Business Journal reports.

Nine Mercer County tech firms win aid (Times of Trenton)

Instem Releases New Version of OmniViz Data Mining and Visual Analytics Software (Business Wire)