Links 9/20/2013: BlackBerry to cut 4500 jobs; Sprint will cut 75% of Clearwire workforce

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iPhone 5s gold rush begins, as crowds line up for new phone (Macworld)
Includes photos and coverage from Philly.

Nirvanix Shutdown: Small File Users May Fare Worst (Information Week)
San Diego-based cloud storage provider has apparently told its customers they have two weeks to get their data out.

Sprint cuts staff at Clearwire: 75% of workforce to lose jobs (GeekWire)

BlackBerry Plans to Cut 4,500 Jobs (New York Times)

The future of 'demo days' in an era of general solicitation (Fortune Term Sheet)
Startups should take note of the implications of this.

Sources: Flyers finalists for 2015 Winter Classic (Comcast SportsNet Philadelphia)
Game would be played in Washington.

Verizon adds out-of-home viewing to FiOS Mobile apps (FierceCable)

DreamIt Health accelerator expands to Baltimore with Johns Hopkins partnership (Med City News)

CHOP teams up with venture capital fund (Philadelphia Business Journal)

The Predictive Analytics Hole that SAP Wants KXEN to Fill (ASUG News)

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