peHUB Second Opinion 10.6

Vanity Fair publishes a compelling accounting of the “fatal” disease known as “Goldman Envy” and its ultimate victims, including Merrill Lynch.

Why customers leave: the breakdown.

Battery Ventures says Groupon was too big too pass up, though it’s not convinced about its future success.

Fortune takes a deep dive into the life and times of Digital Sky Technologies’ Yuri Milner.

Gold mania? Not quite.

Examining what the Avis and Dollar Thrifty talks are really about.

Peter Peterson, the “Pigpen” character of Blackstone.

Facebook introduces private groups.

15 things Google doesn’t want users to see.

Job search tips for “advanced” Twitter and LinkedIn users.

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