Daily Links 6/27/2011: Comcast may want NFL Thursday Night package

SBJ: NFL Shopping Eight-Game Thursday Night TV Package, Turner, Comcast Interested (MediaBistro)
While Comcast is definitely trying to upgrade Versus, I don't think they want to go head to head with ESPN right now, as some are writing.

Report: Hulu courting a 'range' of potential suitors (CNET News)

Ron Meyer's contract as Universal Studios president extended through 2015 (LA Times: Company Town)

FCC’s net neutrality rules about to be official, and invite lawsuits (Washington Post: Post Tech)

Safeguard Scientifics Leads $35 Million Financing for NovaSom (Business Wire)

Penn Students Leave School to Launch CourseKit With $1 Million Seed Round (TechCrunch)
Will be based out of New York, though.

Growing Philly software firm asks: Where are the engineers?
(Philly.com: Philly Deals)

ICG Commerce Acquires Neuwing Energy Ventures -- Unlocking the Many Sides of Green (Spend Matters)

Oracle Fusion Applications Pricing Revealed (PC World)

Why Google Health Really Failed—It’s About The Money (TechCrunch)

McKesson Buys Portico To Gain ACO Financial Tools (Information Week)

Marimow quits Philly Inquirer for ASU Cronkite School post (Poynter)

Bell and Howell Finalizes Sale to Versa Capital (Business Wire)
Versa Capital is a Philly-based turnaround specialist.