Daily Links 7/30/2013: CBS, TWC halt brief blackout; Dell CIO questions HANA scalabilty

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CBS, TWC Halt Programming Blackout(Broadcasting & Cable)

Comcast: Belle of the Media Ball? (Bloomberg TV)

Fab Lays Off More Than 100 Employees in Europe, as It Continues Retreat From Flash Sales (All Things D)

Boomi co-founder looking to start new firm in same space (Philadelphia Business Journal)

Student ventures FTW: Dorm Room Fund-backed Firefly announces Olark patnership


OLED: OpCo, Wedbush Dismiss Fears of Samsung Novaled Buy (Barron's: Tech Trader Daily)
Universal Display (OLED) is based in Ewing, NJ. Samsung is reported to be close to buying
Novaled, another OLED tech firm, but analyst says Novaled complements, not competes with,
Universal Display.

SAP platform head: We’re not interested in buying ‘overvalued’ Tableau (VentureBeat)

Dell Says SAP’s HANA Has ‘Scalability Issues (Wall Street Journal: CIO Journal)

SAP Channel Chief Kevin Gilroy: Partners Reaching Revenue Faster (The VAR Guy)

Prepare now for a 7-year famine in IT services (Diginomica)

Publicis Omnicom merger puts healthcare clients under one roof
(Medical Marketing & Media)

RES Software Rounds out First Half of 2013 with a Resounding Performance
Says its planning move to larger Philadelphia area headquarters later this year.