Links 11/19/2014: SAP CEO to lay out six-year plan; says will rely on mostly organic growth

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SAP CEO rules out big acquisitions in next few years (Reuters)

SAP CEO McDermott to Unveil Six-Year Plan in January (Bloomberg)

SAP preps new 5-year vision: The burning questions (ZDNet)

Salesforce Falls on Weak Guidance After Q3 Results Beat Expectations (Re/code)


For Amazon, cloud wars heat up (Fortune)

GE Ventures Flies Into the Drone Business With Airware Investment (Wall Street Journal: Venture Capital Dispatch)
First Round Capital was already an investor.

Ted Leonsis again says Monumental Network could be an alternative to Comcast SportsNet (The Washington Post)

Who could buy Netflix? (Fortune)

T-Mobile Could Attract Suitors Again, Deutsche Telekom Says (Bloomberg)
Deutsche Telekom Chief Executive Officer mentioned Comcast among possible buyers in interview, though he said he wasn't having discussions with any of them.

Malone Would Pursue TWC Again If Comcast Deal Rejected (Multichannel News)

'No One With A Stake In This Company Will Stand Up To Uber's CEO' (Business Insider)

Wolff: Behind the scenes at Uber/BuzzFeed fracas (USA Today)

After board takeover and C-suite shakeup, ValueVision dumps its name (St. Paul Business Journal)

Isaac Capital Group Closes $5 Million Preferred Stock Deal with Dataram Corporation (PR Newswire)

Rajant Expands Market Reach with Launch of New Channel Partner Program (Business Wire)