Links 5/25: Salesforce names AWS ‘preferred’ public cloud provider; Universal Orlando slowly gaining on Disney World

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Venmo Likely Investigated Over User Privacy Violations (Fortune)

Comcast limits data cap overage fees to $200 a month (Ars Technica)

Cable Is Eyeing Its Retail Options (Light Resding)
Nsmely, Comcsst & Arris.

Universal Orlando Keeps Closing In on Disney World (Motley Fool)

Logistics Industry Consolidation Mounts: What It Means (Constellation Research)
Two area logistics firms, BDP International of Philly and Pilot Freight of Lima, Delco, are considering selling all or part of themselves, the WSJ reports. Constellation Research analyzes industry trends toward consolidation.

Supply Chain Operating Networks are Finally Beginning to Emerge (Logistics Viewpoints)

SAP & PrimeRevenue Partnership — Interview with PJ Bain, CEO of PrimeRevenue (Spend Matters)

Salesforce chooses AWS as ‘preferred’ public cloud provider, will run Sales Cloud on it (VentureBeat)

Salesforce to Use AWS and Own Data Centers in Expansion Push (Data Center Knowledge)

Universal Display: Needham Ups Target to $69 on Expected Industry Acceleration (Barron's Tech Trader Daily)

eero inks $50 million funding deal with Menlo’s Opportunity Fund, plans to sell products at Best Buy (TechCrunch)
First Round Capital led eero's seed financing.