Daily Links 6/15/09: Lincoln Financial Accepts TARP Funds

Comcast to sell $1.5 bln debt in 2 parts - IFR (Reuters)

Lincoln Accepts U.S. Rescue Funds, Plans Share Sale (Bloomberg)

Philly Newspapers' Parent Company Follows It Into Bankruptcy Court (Editor & Publisher)
About That Philadelphia Media Holdings Bankruptcy… (Editor & PUblisher: Fitz & Jen)

Does SAP's Performance Fall Short?
A survey of SAP users, sponsored by a transaction performance provider, notes concern about certain performance issues


G.E. Offers Loans for E-Health Record Purchases (New York Times: Bits)

Tyco Electronics raises third-quarter outlook (MarketWatch)

HostMySite and Hosting.com Merge Clouds (Web Host Industry Review)

MRK Hostwindow Announces Name Change to Independence IT
New Name Reflects the Company's Expanding Role as the Virtual IT Department for Small and Mid-sized Business
(PR Newswire)

Goodybye, Gyro. Hello, Quaker City Mercantile (Philadelphia Business Journal)

MapQuest Launches iPhone App (Read
Write Web)
Mapquest is co-headquartered in Lancaster.

Tata Consultancy Services Launches New Business Intelligence Solution for Hospitals and Healthcare Providers (IT News Online)

Some viewers lose 6ABC, WHYY in DTV switch (Philadelphia Inquirer)

Pennsylvania Lottery sales will end early for computer upgrades (Easton Express-Times)

The Newspaper Crisis discussed at Princeton event (NewJerseyNewsroom.com)