Links 12/8/2014: Did you know Lincoln Financial owned radio stations? (now they won't); Comcast revives @Home name in a way

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SAP Readies a Big Business Marketplace (New York Times: Bits)

SAP CEO sees company staying independent in long term -paper (Reuters)

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Entercom to Acquire Lincoln Financial Media for $105 Million (Radio World)
Had forgotten Lincoln Financial was in the radio business. Think it picked it up as part of some other financial transaction. Entercom is based in Bala Cynwyd. (As I thought, it came along from the acquisition of Jefferson-Pilot in 2006.)

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Comcast Business Reinvents Telework with New Ethernet @Home Service (Business Wire)
Interesting choice of name. Comcast's original internet service carried the @Home name, until the JV of the same name (later Excite @Home) it operated under went bust around 2000 and Comcast operated its own service.

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Qlik is headquartered in Radnor.

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