peHUB Second Opinion 4.19

Can’t imagine how Ticketmaster could aggravate you more? Just wait; today it rolled out “dynamic pricing” based on consumer demand.

Par-tay! “Suddenly everyone wants to invest in Silicon Valley,” says Benchmark’s Bill Gurley. “It’s game-on all the time.”

Seriously, people. You think Gurley is exaggerating?The founder of Diesel just invested in a tech incubator.

Madoff trustee Irving Picard has worked his ass off for four months and now it’s time to get paid.

That didn’t take long (although kinda longer than we’d guessed): a Berkshire shareholder is suing Warren Buffett and David Sokol over Lubrizol.

Billionaire Mark Cuban has put his Landmark Theatres and Magnolia Pictures up for sale, but he’s only accepting “very, very compelling” offers.

You, too, can create a fake and misleading story link, observes Nieman Journalism Lab, after falling for a fake and misleading story link.

KKR, now “incubating new investment vehicles with the pluck of a Silicon Valley startup.”

Such a brave soul. A angel investor looking to raise his profile confesses: “I have doubts once I think of women founders having kids and being distracted from work.”

Want to attract top tech talent? Let employees telecommute.

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