Links 11/12/2013: FirstMark closes on $225 million fund; Moffet: Cable broadband growth slowing

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Moffett: Cable Broadband Growth Running Out of Steam (Multichannel News)

John Malone's Liberty Global in Talks to Acquire Intel Online TV Service (Report) (Hollywood Reporter)
Differs dramatically from yesterday's report by Multichannel News, which suggested that Verizon was trying to drag a reluctant Liberty Global into a joint bid for Intel's OnCue platform.

Aereo Challenge to Cable to Be Aided by Senate Proposal (Bloomberg)

Turnberry Solutions Announces the Market Availability of Two New Service and Order Management Solutions for the Cable Industry (Business Wire)
Turnberry Solutions is based in Blue Bell.

New York-based FirstMark has invested in Philadelphia startups Boomi (acquired by Dell), Artisan Mobile and Greenphire. Its third fund closed with $225 million.

Early Aereo, Pinterest Backer FirstMark Capital Raises $225M For Its Third Fund (TechCrunch)

Fanatics Created a $1 Billion Sports E-Commerce Powerhouse — Now Here Come the Apps (All Things D)
Fanatics, based in Jacksonville, is a part of Conshohocken-based Kynetic LLC.

Product Comparison: SevOne 5.3 vs. Solarwinds Network Performance Monitor 10.5 (Network Management Software)
Great article if you want to understand what SevOne's products do.

Philadelphia law firm opens Silicon Valley office
(Philadelphia Business Journal)

SugarCRM goes after with new interface, emphasis on lower cost (PC World)