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Planning the new Comcast tower, from large to small (Philadelphia Inquirer)

Poll: Most oppose Comcast-Time Warner Cable merger (The Hill)
Always a bit skeptical about results of poll conducted by organization openly opposed to

How New York could put a stop to Comcast’s merger with Time Warner Cable (The Washington Post: Switch)

Possible Stalemate in ValueVision Proxy Fight (Multichannel News)
Comcast has about a 14% stake in ValueVision, and many of its execs are QVC veterans.

ValueVision board scrambled (Minneapolis Star Tribune)

Chelsea Handler Inks Mega-Deal for Netflix Late Night Show (Hollywood Reporter)

Oracle Drops 6%: FYQ4 Rev, EPS Miss, Touts Cloud Growth (Barron's: Tech Trader Daily)

This NYU finance professor thinks Uber’s valuation is nuts. But this isn’t Wall St. (PandoDaily)

Ad-Tech Entrepreneurs Build Cancer Database (Wall Street Journal)

One Kings Lane Cuts 15 Percent of Staff, Kills Used Goods Marketplace (Re/code)
Another First Round Capital portfolio company.

Software Patent Eligibility Limited by U.S. Supreme Court (Bloomberg)

PSERS reports "robust" 3Q, pension adds $1.7B (Pittsburgh Business

PA SERS Reports First Quarter Investment Performance (Press Release)
Directs up to $50 million in alternative investments - $25 million in JMI Equity Fund VIII, L.P., and $25 million in Meritech Capital Partners V L.P.

LBC Credit Partners Closes Third Fund at $839 Million
(PR Newswire)