Daily Links 6/9/2010: Google paid $81 million for Invite Media (All Things D)

Comcast lobbyist authored letter signed by Pa. representatives (Philadelphia Inquirer)

Telecom, tech giants seek voluntary net neutrality commitments (Washington Post: Post Tech)
Building Consensus: A New Broadband Internet Technical Advisory Group
(Comcast Voices: Corporate Blog)

Google’s Final Price Tag For Invite Media: $81 Million (All Things Digital:
Not sure how much the cofounders will each walk away with since I think there were four of them. All Things D puts the VC investment (mostly First Round, Comcast) at less than $5 million but since they were in pretty early they might have a sizable chunk of the company.

Software AG Investor Unlikely to Accept Offers, Chief Says (Business Week)

Allscripts buying healthcare info rival Eclipsys (Associated Press via Google News)
Eclipsys, which once tried to buy Shared Medical Systems (now Siemens Health), has its Mid-Atlantic Region office in Malvern.

Andrew Stern Appointed Chief Executive Officer of SunGard Availability Services (Business Wire)

RCM Technologies adopts shareholder rights plan (Reuters)

Host Analytics Grabs $15M More for Financial Management (VentureBeat via New York Times)

Panaya Secures $7 Million in Series C Funding
Latest Investment Round Led by Battery Ventures
(PR Web)
Company's software as a service (SaaS) automates SAP upgrades.

Hercules Technology Growth Capital Announces $111.0 Million in Additional New Closed Commitments (Business Wire)
Includes an additional $1.4 million committment to InfoLogix of Hatboro, which recently said it had "initiated a review of strategic alternatives".

Sprint misstated Evo 4G sales, by a lot (Engadget)

Beige Book-Third District-Philadelphia, June 2010 (Federal Reserve Board)

Emtec Enriches Services Portfolio with Acquisition of Secure Data Incorporated
Acquisition Expands Footprint of Federal and Commercial Clients
(Business Wire)