Daily Links 7/8/2013: HBR on "Why Comcast Would Rather Be Feared Than Loved"

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Cable consulting group thrives on Phila. as base (Philadelphia Inquirer)

DirecTV among pay-TV distributors seeking over the top rights (LA Times: Company Town)

Arris' Horsham unit largely escapes job cuts (Philadelphia Business Journal)

Why Comcast Would Rather Be Feared Than Loved (Justin Fox/Harvard Business Review Blogs)

DirecTV Makes Hulu Bid as Time Warner Cable Seeks Stake

Proxy firm ISS backs Michael Dell's offer for PC maker (Reuters)

Amazon’s Diapers.com Founders Jump Ship (Wall Street Journal: Digits)
Jersey City-based Diapers.com (Quidsi) had several UPenn connections, including backing
from MentorTech Ventures.

The Ad Tech Shakeout is Coming (Digiday)

Mercer entrepreneurs see surge in angel-level investing (Times of Trenton)

Sources: Hundreds Of Oracle's Most Experienced Salespeople Have Quit — Or Want To (Business Insider)

Box launches comprehensive Salesforce app (PC World)

Predictive analytics software provider to help hospitals improve outcomes raises $20M (Med City News)

Princeton University Creates Bionic Ear With Superhuman Hearing Abilities (Video) (Medgadget)