Daily Links 1/16/2012: Report suggests Comcast may buy out GE NBCU stake sooner rather than later
Comcast encouraged Arris to acquire Motorola Home

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Comcast, GE Seen Fast-Tracking NBCU In $16 Bil Deal
(Investor's Business Daily)

Comcast (and Others) Urged Arris to Buy Moto Home (Multichannel News)

Cox Enterprises Invests $250 Million With Board Member Rackley (Bloomberg)

SAP earnings fall short of expectations (Reuters via Yahoo News)

Salesforce Partners Stir Pot (Denis Pombriant/Enterprise Irregulars)

Hoopla Establishes New Silicon Valley Headquarters
Leading provider of business gamification solutions expands operations to meet demand
(Business Wire)
Hoopla was originally founded in West Chester. Hoopla CEO Michael Smalls tells me by email: "We are doing all software development in West Chester and will continue to expand that office in the coming year." Hoopla investors include Safeguard Scientifics and Salesforce.com

Doug Pelletier/Founder, Trifecta Technologies (Keystone Edge)

CRM Slips on SEC Note; Nothing to Worry About, Says Morgan Stanley (Barron's: Tech Trader Daily)

Ben Franklin Technology Partners of Southeastern Pennsylvania Announces Third Class of Project Liberty Digital Incubator (Ben Franklin Press Release)

EHRs Continue To Take A Beating (Information Week Healthcare)

Up in the Cloud: Hype and High Expectations for Cloud Computing (Knowledge@Wharton)
Knowledge@Wharton and SAP team up on survey.