Daily Links 5/24/2013

Comcast's David Cohen: U.S. Broadband Is World Class
Says companies have invested $1.2 trillion in past couple of decades
(Broadcasting & Cable)

Hulu Said to Attract 4 Bidders(Fox Business)

KKR, Yahoo and Silver Lake/WME join list of Hulu suitors (LA Times: Company Town)
Additional bidders since earlier report.
"In return for regulatory approval of that deal, Comcast agreed to be a silent partner in Hulu. It cannot increase its stake but it also does not have to sell, even if the other two partners do". (Clarifies point which had not been clear to me.)

Henrik Fisker joins Hong Kong tycoon to salvage Fisker: sources (Reuters via Yahoo News)

TECH STOCKS: Salesforce, Google Losses Hit Tech Stocks (Dow Jones Newswires via Fox Business)

Major reorg at SAP: Dalgaard departs, and other goings on

With portfolio consolidation in sight, SAP cloud chief Lars Dalgaard steps down (Gigaom)

SAP shakes up development organization (PC World)
“We’re not letting Lars go,” McDermott added. “He’s our strategic cloud adviser. We’re not turning off his email and he can keep his PC.”

SuccessFactors CEO Dalgaard Leaving SAP in Cloud Business Shake-Up
(All Things D)

Good move at SAP (Vinnie Mirchandani/Deal Architect)

All change at SAP (Den Howlett/Diginomica)

SAP Said to End Talks to Buy Jive Software in Past Month

Workday Says Getting Customers From Oracle, SAP (Investor's Business Daily)

SAP touts service that sells customer data from phone firms (CNET News)