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PE HUB Second Opinion

In Second Opinion, the Justice Department is probing a possible airline collusion to keep fares high. ACE agrees to buy Chubb for $28.3 billion, and following NBC Universal’s lead, Macy’s also drop-kicks Donald Trump.

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Allegis closes on initial $100 mln for sixth fund

Allegis Capital has closed on an initial $100 million of capital for a sixth fund that it says will focus exclusively on cyber-security investing. The venture firm said its target for the fund is $150 million.

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PE HUB First Read

First Read begins your mid-week morning with news that U.S. will be opening an embassy in Havana, Canada’s Brookfield makes a $6.8 billion bid for Australia’s Asciano and Donna Karan steps down as head of her brand.

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PE HUB Second Opinion

In Second Opinion, Greece asks for a third bailout, Apple is fined $450 million for ebook price fixing and Lynn Tilton fails to block the SEC from trying her for defrauding investors.

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PE HUB First Read

First Read kicks off your morning with news that the Willis Group and Towers Watson will merge in $18 billion deal, Puerto Rico wants to be able to declare bankruptcy and if you want a free college education, move to Germany.

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PE HUB Second Opinion

In Second Opinion, Amag Pharma plans on buying the world’s largest stem cell bank for $700 million, Greece veers toward defaulting on $1.73 billion IMF payment and NBC Universal tells Donald Trump that he’s fired.

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PE HUB First Read

First Read starts off the week with news that escaped New York convict David Sweat was shot and captured, Element Financial Corp. agrees to buy the bulk of GE Capital’s fleet unit for $6.9 billion and Greece further spirals into turmoil as the country shuts down banks for six days.

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