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SAP Philly Guy McDermott Germany-Bound as Growth Stalls
(Bloomberg Business Week)

SAP plans to power all datacenters by renewable electricity

SAP Recommends a Dividend of euro 1.00 per Share -- Year-Over-Year Increase of 18% (PR Newswire)

Nutter announces wave of startup grants for Philadelphia companies and institutions (Philadelphia Inquirer)

PCWorld Founder and IDG Chairman Patrick J. McGovern dies at 76
(PC World)
Spent most of childhood in Philly.

AT&T Exec Calls Netflix’s Reed Hastings “Arrogant” For Net Neutrality Post (TechCrunch)

Comcast Received More than 25,000 Data Requests in 2013 (Mashable)

Breaking News: Coupa Closes on $40 Million in Additional Funds (Spend Matters)
Key competitor to SAP's Ariba in procurement technology.

Work on a free software project for a humanitarian cause (
A workshop to help prepare instructors to teach courses in which students participate in HFOSS projects will be held at Drexel from May 28 to May 30.

IEEE History Center Moves to Stevens Institute of Technology (PR Web)
Moving from Rutgers.