Daily Links 3/21/2013: LevelUp partners with Heartland Payment Systems; PlaySay acquired

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Steve Jobs' death clears way for Adobe CTO defection
WTF: Why The Flash did Macromedia bloke join Apple
(The Register)

Oracle blames sales force for Q3 miss, stock drops (Reuters)

SAP Plans to Convert Legal Form to European Company (Dow Jones Newswires via Fox Business)

Microsoft going after enterprises with Dynamics AX ERP
Dynamics AX is starting to land global deployments with large enterprises, including Revlon
(IT World)

Comcast's Brian Roberts Plays Down NBC Woes Says network will fare better under his management than GE (Adweek)

T-Mobile-MetroPCS merger: Now all that’s left is shareholder approval (Gigaom)

Philadelphia Area Manufacturing Unexpectedly Expanded in March (Bloomberg)
Philly Fed March 2013 Business Outlook Survey

LevelUp Partners With Processor Heartland Payment Systems to Expand Its Sales Force (Bostinno)

Cloud, BDR and DaaS Provider Xtium Launches Partner Program (MSPmentor)

German Language Learning Startup Babbel Buys Disrupt Finalist PlaySay To Target The U.S. Market (TechCrunch)
Started in Philly, moved to DC, then San Francisco. PlaySay apps to be shut down. PlaySay founder & CEO Ryan Meinzer will be working full-time for Heroku, and advising Babbel.

Calling All Developers: Enterprises Need Your Help
With $100,000 in prizes and the promise of incubation, the Philly Enterprise Hackathon is bringing together―for the first time in Philadelphia―the community of software developers and enterprise companies
(Business Wire)

Intel: Our OTT Service Will Expand the Pay-TV Pie (Light Reading Cable)