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First Read helps usher in the weekend with news Google reversed a porn ban on Blogger after backlash, Kleiner Perkins says it didn’t distribute gender discrimination policy until 2012 and Wired helps us understand the great dress debate of 2015.


Vogue to pay dividend to Carlyle; Moody’s calls move “aggressive”

A year after investing in Vogue International, the Carlyle Group is getting paid. Vogue International, which is known for its Organix hair care products, is in the market with a $205 million term loan that is led by Goldman Sachs and Bank of America Merrill Lynch, according to Thomson Reuters Loan Pricing Corp. Vogue is […]

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peHUB Second Opinion

In Second Opinion, IBM is investing $4 billion into cloud and mobile initiatives, the FCC approves net neutrality and the New York Daily News is reportedly on the block.


Fundraising in Latin American breaks records

Capital rushed back into private equity funds in Latin America last year, with fundraising breaking all previous records with a full-year tally of $10.39 billion, according to the Latin American Private Equity and Venture Capital Association.


Searchlight gets ready to launch Fund II

Searchlight Capital Partners, which started life with much fanfare in 2010, has been talking to potential limited partners about targeting up to $1.5 billion for its second fund, according to three people with knowledge of the firm.


peHUB First Read

First Read kicks off your morning with news of Morgan Stanley agreeing to a $2.6 billion mortgage settlement, Google is reportedly considering a stake in Jawbone and Auto Trader plans to launch an IPO on the London Stock Exchange.


peHUB Second Opinion

In Second Opinion, HP is reportedly trying to buy Aruba Networks, China drops top tech brands for approved state purchases and three Brooklyn men are arrested and accused of plotting to join ISIS.


peHUB First Read

First Read gets you over this hump-day with news of Apple being ordered to pay $533 million for patent infringement in iTunes, Cushman & Wakefield goes on the block and unidentified drones reappear over Paris during the night.


3 tips to M&A success

As an entrepreneur, you must consider whether an acquisition is something you actually want. Here are some tips to help navigate the M&A waters.


peHUB Second Opinion

In Second Opinion, Janet Yellen says the Federal Reserve is no hurry to hike up interest rates, Anthem’s data breach affected up to 70 million of its members and Comcast expects to close its $45 billion deal to buy Time Warner Cable in early 2015.

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