Daily Links 6/10/2013: UnitedHealth to cover CardioNet cardiac monitoring devices; BEAT shares leap

SAP Looks for Acquisitions in China to Pick Up Software Talent (Bloomberg)

Daimler to cut IT spending by 150 million euros each year: report (Reuters via Fox Business)
Will take IT systems outsourced to SAP inhouse.

CardioNet, Inc. Enters Into Agreement with UnitedHealthcare Insurance Company (Business Wire)

UnitedHealth in Deal to Cover CardioNet's Cardiac Monitoring Devices (Dow Jones via Nasdaq.com)

Deltek to Pay Out $242 Mln Dividend to Investors, Including Thoma Bravo (PE Hub)
The Weather Co. (formerly The Weather Channel) also pays out a $600 million dividend to investors including NBCU. Would not be surprised to see Comcast buy out its partners at
some point, as that has been the pattern with properties it wants to keep.

News from The Cable Show 6/10/2013: Comcast unleashes "neighborhood Wi-Fi" initiative

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Comcast expands Wi-Fi network with new 'neighborhood' initiative (CNET News)

Cable Convenes in D.C. Under a Cloud of Uncertainty (Analysis) (Hollywood Reporter)

Lower Broadcast Price Hikes Could Send a Signal to Cable
With less upfront volume, media buyers try to hold the line
(Broadcasting & Cable)

Cable Show: Comcast launches Xfinity Home Control (CED Magazine)

Cable Show 2013: Comcast Picks Arris CCAP, Video Gateway Gear (Multichannel News)

Akamai director cites fragmentation, bottlenecking as challenges for connected devices (FierceCable)