peHUB Second Opinion 12.07

Women Entrepreneurs: Is Boston not the place for women VCs?

Apple TV: Will the next generation iMac include a television?

No Deal: Verizon considered buying Hulu.

Comeback Kid: Sallie Krawcheck, after getting ousted from BofA and picking up yoga, plots her return to Wall Street.

Confirmed: LivingSocial lines up $400 mln in funding, giving it a $6 bln valuation.

Big Bets: Andreessen Horowitz leads an investor group to plow $40 mln into

Warning: Now S&P has put the European Union on watch for a credit downgrade. But Breakingviews doesn’t think this will change the Euro zone equation.

Not Giving Up: AT&T vows to keep pursuing its deal to buy T-Mobile.

A Lie of the Mind: Horrifying post date rant allegedy sent by an investment manager.

Lady Gaga: The top 10 twitter trends this year.

Out of Service: Flipboard’s iPhone app is so popular that the company’s service went down.

Finally: DOJ confirms that it is looking at the pricing of ebooks.

Justice: Rod Blagojevich, ex-Illinois governor, was sentenced to 14 years in prison.

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