Daily Links 1/29/2013: SAP Ventures, Comcast Ventures discuss investment preferences

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Software AG '12 Ebit off 8%; deals to drive growth (MarketWatch)

IBM extends SmartCloud infrastructure for SAP alliance, global coverage (ZDNet)

Wonga Said to End On Deck Deal Talks After Price Gap (Bloomberg)
On Deck Capital investors include First Round Capital and SAP Ventures.

Enterprise startups too hot? SAP Ventures CEO says yes (Silicon Valley Business Journal)

Michael Yang Opens Up about the Startups that Excite Comcast Ventures (Xconomy)

Comcast's ThePlatform Leads With HTML5 Instead of Adobe Flash (Multichannel News)

Medecision Completes Acquisition of Cerecons (Marketwire)
Wayne-based Medecision recently said it would lay off 83 employees.

Startup Communities Are Built By Self-Appointed Leaders ( Brad Bernthal/Contributor to WSJ Blog)

VMware dives more than 20 percent to new lows amid dour 2013 forecast, layoffs (San Jose Mercury News)

Sprint: DOJ’s Request for Time to Study SoftBank Deal Is Routine
(All Things D)

Unisys Announces Fourth-Quarter and Full-Year 2012 Financial Results (PR Newswire)

USA Technologies Reports GAAP and Non-GAAP Profitability for the Second Quarter of Fiscal 2013
Total Revenues Up 29%; Recurring Revenues Up 33%
(Business Wire)

Cobham moving 70 Maryland jobs to Lansdale, Pa., plant (Philadelphia Business Journal)