Links 1/22/2015: Google entering wireless business through resale; Box prices at $14 per share

Verizon FiOS Drives Sub Growth In Q4 (Multichannel News)

Verizon hints at OTT product; reports Internet of Things revenue (CED Magazine)

Google to enter wireless business (San Jose Mercury News)
By reselling Sprint & T-Mobile service.

Google The Pay-TV Nemesis: Overbuilder, 'OTT' Player? (Investor's Business Daily)

Google Spends $16.83M on Lobbying: Consumer Watchdog (Multichannel News)
Sightly surpasses Comcast, according to organization's figures.

FCC Commissioner argues for delaying February net neutrality ruling (The Register)

Former Ad Tech Exec Raises $55 Million to Invest in Mobile Startups (Ad Age)
Nihal Mehta co-founded New York-based Eniac Ventures in 2009 with three fellow University of Pennsylvania graduates (note the name). My guess is its been fairly successful to date.

As Oracle Goes Aggro On EMC And VMware, VMware Cozies Up To Oracle's Rival SAP (Business Insider)

Box IPO Expected to Price Today (Re/code)

Box prices shares at $14 in final step toward long-awaited IPO (San Jose Mercury News)

Fab was never a billion-dollar company (Fortune)

ComScore to Tally Viewers Across Their Many Devices (New York Times)