Links 5/30/2014: Are developers disappointed in Comcast?; New SAP channel chief readying new partner business models

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Comcast-Spectacor combines ticket companies; 15 jobs eliminated (Philadelphia Business Journal)

Why Google, Comcast, and AT&T Are Making Power Utilities Nervous (Business Week)

The epic technological transition that explains this year’s spate of tech mergers (Washington Post: Switch)

Comcast, Blasted By Customers, Disappoints Developers Too (ReadWrite)
Not sure if this is an accurate reflection of everything going on in Comcast's tech
ecosystem. Also, on X1, I think Comcast has been focused to this point on maintaining
the quality of the Cloud environment as it rolls out before opening it. Any comments?

Comcast To Give Video Devices A Shot In The ARM (Multichannel News)

Cloudy glasnost for Microsoft and, but what must Bernard think? (Diginomica)


Event Report: Answers To The Top 12 Questions About SAP Ahead of #SapphireNow #ASUG2014 (R "Ray" Wang/A Software Insider's Point of View)

New SAP Channel Chief Readying New Partner Business Models (CRN)

Alibaba among companies looking to invest in AppNexus -WSJ
AppNexus is a First Round Capital portfolio company. It is reported to be seeking a valuation in the $1 billion range.

Edison Ventures Exits Contact Center Solutions Leader – Uptivity Acquired by inContact (PR Web)
Edison says exit generates 50% IRR for it.

Maryland poaches another start-up (Washington Post)