Sunday Highlights 2/22: Mark Cuban on net neutrality; SnipSnap deal finalized

Ex-state Treasurer McCord pleads guilty (Allentown Morning Call)

Mark Cuban Inflames the Internet (Again) – This Time Over Net Neutrality (Re/code)

Net Neutrality's Technical Troubles
(IEEE Spectrum)

Slyce Inc. Finalizes Purchase of SnipSnap & Grants Share Options (Martetwire)

BlackLine: The big, understated force in cloud financial software (Brian Sommers/ZDNet)
LA-based BlackLine was founded by former SunGard Treasury Systems technology chief Therese Tucker.

HP Targets Cisco and Facebook With New Line of Open-Source Networking Gear (NY Times: Bits)

Philly Tech People News 2/22/2015: Changes at PJM, PhillyJUG, Publicis Healthcare; PeopleLinx adds new exec

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Former Richardson CEO David DiStefano Joins PeopleLinx Executive Team (PR Web)

DrugDev Signals Plans for Continued Global Expansion with Appointment of Chief Business Officer Nick Watling (DrugDev)

Publicis Healthcare names Alexandra von Plato Group President for North America (PR Newswire)

Archna Sahay is Philly’s new ‘Manager of Entrepreneurial Investment' ( Philly)

Ben Franklin Technology Partners of Southeastern Pennsylvania elected the following new board members: Jason Armstrong, senior vice president of investor relations at Comcast Corp.; Ajay Raju, co-chairman and CEO of Dilworth Paxson; and Tucker Twitmyer, senior vice president of corporate development for Franklin Square.

Bankers out: More turnover at Janney ( Philly Deals)

Obama names Clancy Secret Service director
Clancy, who has been serving as interim director, is a Philly native who returned to the USSS after a stint as Comcast's Director of Security.

Phillies Promote Michael Stiles To Executive Vice President, Chief Operating Officer (CBS Local)

PJM CEO Terry Boston To Retire At Year-End (PR Newswire)

Axalta Coating Systems Appoints Aaron Weis Vice President and Chief Information Officer (Business Wire)