Links 3/5/2015: SunEdison buys Philadelphia-based Solar Grid Storage; Campbell's uses vending machines to quiz employees (in a good way)

Netflix: We Support Title II (Multichannel News)
Walks back CFO's comments.

Comcast Says Wi-Fi Not Ready For Prime Time (Investor's Business Daily)

Angelakis: Comcast Not Worried About OTT (Multichannel News)

Campbell’s quizzes its own employees with the ‘Snackbot’ (Digiday)

Safeguard Scientifics Announces Fourth Quarter and Full-Year 2014 Financial Results (Safeguard Scientifics)

Safeguard CEO Zarrilli: “As we embark on 2015, we remain focused and disciplined. We have set out the following goals and objectives: to increase the total number of our partner companies to approximately 30; to realize continued growth in partner company aggregate revenue; to deploy $35 million to $50 million in new partner companies; to deploy $30 million to $50 million in follow-on funding for current partner companies; and to realize a minimum of two profitable exits.”

SunEdison Buys Philadelphia-based Solar Grid Storage for Battery-Backed PV and Wind Power (Greentech Media)

This Venture Capitalist Says We Have Entered a Tech Bubble (Bloomberg)

Heroku Enterprise launches, bringing Salesforce's app platform to the business (Computerworld)

Drexel to phase out Sacramento operations (Philadelphia Business Journal)

ExpenseWatch Debuts as a High Performer in G2 Crowd’s Expense Management Tools Grid Report (PR Web)

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