Philly Tech People News 10/13/2013

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Hulu Said to Be Close to Naming Fox’s Hopkins as CEO

Arthur Sadoun Named CEO of Publicis Worldwide (Ad Age)

SunGard Announces Departure of Harold Finders (Business Wire)

EPAM Systems Announces CFO Transition - Raises Third Quarter and Full Year Guidance (Thomson Business One)

Epicor abruptly replaces CEO (San Francisco Business Time)
Epicor, a mid-level ERP supplier, has operations in the Philadelphia area.

Philly's biggest IP law firm loses two key partners (Philadelphia Business Journal)

IP law firm founder announces retirement (Philadelphia Business Journal)

QVC Appoints Matthew Goldberg As Senior Vice President Global Market Development (PR Newswire)

Dr. Ulrich Flatten to Retire as CEO, QVC Germany (PR Newswire)

QVC Names Gregg Bertoni CEO of QVC Italy (PR Newswire)

Edward Lorenti Appointed as Instem VP Global Sales (Business Wire) Names Savana Inc. Chairman and CEO Michael Sanchez to Board of Directors (Marketwire)

Life Sciences Industry Leverages Expertise of Veeva’s Jennifer Goldsmith
Goldsmith appointed to Pennsylvania Bio’s Healthcare IT Advisory Committee

(Business Wire)

LeadiD Appoints Chief Financial Officer To Support Company’s Accelerated Growth (PR Web)

Sunday Highlights 10/13/2013: WSJ: Netflix talking to cable operators, including Comcast

The benefits of a move to the city (Philadelphia Inquirer)
NetPlus moves from Conshohocken to Philly.

Why US government IT fails so hard, so often (Ars Technica)

From the Start, Signs of Trouble at Health Portal
(NY Times)

Netflix in talks with U.S. cable companies: WSJ