Links 2/10/2014: Charter expected to name TWC nominees; Comcast's influence on Olympics

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HVAC Vendor Confirms Link to Target Data Breach (PC Magazine)
A Pennsylvania company confirmed that the Target hackers stole network credentials from its network.

Charter to name nominees for Time Warner Cable board as soon as Monday: source (Reuters)

No Olympics for you: Comcast locks value customers out of Sochi streams (Gigaom)

NBC single-handedly pays for a fifth of all Olympic Games (Washington Post)

Netflix performance on Verizon and Comcast has been dropping for months (Ars Technica)

Verizon drops Home Monitoring and Control service (FierceCable)

Esri To Enable Thousands Of Government Agencies To Open GIS Data To The Public (ReadWrite)

Microsoft Debuts Cloud-Based Power BI (Information Week)

Oracle's 12c database to receive SAP certification faster than usual (PC World)

Rackspace CEO Napier to retire; Q4 solid (ZDNet)

Cornerstone Seen Maintaining Double-Digit Growth Run
(Investor's Business Daily)

Patients may now get lab results without a doctor's help (USA Today)

N.J. company wins global entrepreneur of the year honor from IBM (NJBIZ)