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Workday raises revenue forecast as software subscription grows (Reuters)

Fat-fingered admin downs entire Joyent data center (The Register)

SAP acquires Boston e-commerce software company SeeWhy (Boston Business Journal)

EY buys fast-growing technology consulting firm
(Philadelphia Business Journal)

SAP Business Suite powered by SAP HANA Exceeds 1,000 Customers (SAP

The cloud questions facing SAP at Sapphire Now (Diginomica)

Katz and Lenfest win Inquirer parent with $88M bid
(Philadelphia Inquirer)

Mary Meeker Tamps Down All That Bubble Talk (Re/code)
My memory is that Meeker largely missed on the 2000-2001 bubble, but here she uses comparisons to that period to contend that things aren't so overvalued now.

Exclusive: Dave Scott's game plan for Comcast-Spectacor (Philadelphia Business Journal)

New Jersey Rolls Snake Eyes in Online Gambling (Bloomberg Video)

Teva (U.S. headquarters in North Wales) Harmonizes All Commercial Teams Worldwide with Veeva Systems’ Cloud-based CRM Solution (Business Wire)

Checkpoint Systems Launches Next Generation of EAS Solutions (Business Wire)