Daily Links 8/5/2013: Safeguard Scientifics leads $5.3 miilion round in Ned Moore's startup Clutch

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Washington Post to be sold to Jeff Bezos (Washington Post)

Cablevision CEO on a Possible Sale, the Online Future of TV and His Family (Hollywood Reporter)

Time Warner Cable CEO Offers a-la-Carte Proposal in CBS Dispute (Bloomberg)

For Cable-TV Operators, Bigger Is Looking Even Better (Business Week)

Safeguard Scientifics Leads $5.3M Series B Financing for Clutch
Backs successful entrepreneur, Ned Moore, who previously co-founded Portico Systems, which was acquired by McKesson
(Business Wire)

Mobile Shopping Companion Clutch Raises $5M Series B, Acquires Gift & Loyalty Platform Provider ProfitPoint

Small Agency of the Year, 11-75 Employees: Red Tettemer O'Connell & Partners

Accenture and hybris Team to Implement Multichannel Commerce Solutions for Global Enterprises (Business Wire)
Accenture release dated today doesn't mention that hybris is now owned by SAP, though acquisition closed on August 1. Odd.

Forrester Sees Shifting Sands In Retail As Roles And Channels Converge (Ad Exchanger)
Talks alot about eBay and its GSI Commerce (now eBay Enterprise) unit.

Can Infor upset the Oracle-SAP duopoly? (Infoworld)

Google’s Motorola Mobility Faces MPEG-2 Lawsuit
Mitsubishi, Philips & Thomson Target Company That Sold Set-Top
(Multichannel News)

HighPoint Solutions, a Company that Keeps On Growing
(PR Newswire)
Health IT consultant says its adding 100 more jobs in East Norriton.

U Delaware Hack Hits 72,000 Staffers (Campus Technology)
That's about half the state, isn't it.