Links 3/3/2014: Newtown-based EPAM Systems down 24% over Ukraine concerns

Brian Roberts' Jewish Roots and Outsized Ambition Drive Comcast's Rise in Media (Jewish Daily Forward)

David L. Cohen quite influential without being a "lobbyist" (Philadelphia Inquirer)

Multiple companies want to launch online TV services, says Comcast (Gigaom)

Comcast and AOL Deals Highlight Collision Course Between Web Video and TV (Mashable)

Cablevision: Broadcaster Anti-Aereo Argument is Myopic (Multichannel News)

Justice Department sides with broadcasters in fight against Aereo (LA Times)

(Newtown-based) Software contractor EPAM hit by Ukraine-Russia standoff (Reuters)
EPAM finishes the day about 24% down.

Workday vs. NetSuite: Is a collision inevitable? (ZDNet)

Fifteen minutes with NetSuite’s Zach Nelson (Diginomica)

The mysterious disappearance of Cloud for Financials: Solved (SAP Community Network)

In-Memory Databases: Do You Need The Speed? (Information Week)

Early adoption of Bitcoin puts Philly ahead of the economic curve (
Is that a good thing?