peHUB Second Opinion

In Second Opinion, the House greenlights Homeland Security Dept. funding through September, Edward Snowden’s lawyer says he’s willing to return to the U.S. if he’s guaranteed a fair trial and the new Pebble smartwatch is now the most-funded project in Kickstarter history.


peHUB First Read

First Read ushers in your morning with news of Hillary Clinton using a personal email account at State Dept., possibly breaking rules, Tinder to charge those 30 and over more for new dating app and Michael Jordan joins the billionaire’s club according to Forbes.


TPG reaches $6.5 bln for Fund VII’s first close

TPG Capital LP drew in $6.5 billion in commitments for its first close on TPG Partners VII, its newest flagship fund that offered discounts on management fees for early investors, according to a person familiar with the firm.

John Doerr shows a flexible solar panel in Stanford

peHUB Second Opinion

In Second Opinion, the NASDAQ hits 5000 for the first time in 15 years, Google confirms plans on becoming a wireless carrier and Kleiner Perkins General Partner John Doerr is expected to testify in the Pao gender discrimination trial.

U.S. Investor Warren Buffett listens to a question during a news conference in Madrid

peHUB First Read

First Read starts your week with news of Twitter reviewing an alleged ISIS threat to co-founder Dorsey, two chip makers will merge in a deal worth $11.8 billion and without revealing a name, Warren Buffett says he has a successor in mind.

Nimoy, cast member of new film "Star Trek Into Darkness", poses as he arrives at film's premiere in Hollywood

peHUB Second Opinion

In Second Opinion, the Senate passes a bill to avert the Homeland Security shutdown, Tim Cook says Apple Watch will one day replace your car keys and two big losses rock the business and entertainment world–former AIG chief Robert Benmosche passes away at 70 while “Star Trek” icon Leonard Nimoy dies at 83. Live long and prosper!


peHUB First Read

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.

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