Who’s creating 99 problems for the White House, growing pains for startups & IPO news to take you into the weekend.
How bad was VC’s Q1 for fundraising? Consider: the $4.053 billion raised by just 35 funds is the lowest level of cash raised by the fewest firms since at least 2007.
The future of journalism, how to get laid-off employees back to work, and Ackman’s PC13 comments, to kick off your work week.
To get you started for a Freaky Friday, we’ve got tweeting behind bars, how you can ‘get arrested’ next month, and the Chairman belts one out.
We just couldn’t wait… to get on the road again. We’ve got the highlights from our action-packed first day of PartnerConnect 2013, where we had plenty of LP and GP discussions from the private equity world, punctuated by a Pope joke from none other than…
Leading off today, we’ve got a Newburgh sunrise, who’s really foreclosing on your home, and why our President’s accepted ‘pay cut’ really isn’t a show of solidarity at all.
What’ve we got to lead off this fine Boston morning? The NRA’s take on school safety, one big move at a big LP, and new gigs for our readers.
Apple’s apology, why a BS in Journalism is just that, and the future of groceries–all leading it off in today’s peHUB First Read.
We pity the fool! Today, to lead off the new week, we’re inspecting media April Fool’s pranks, crowdfunding concerns and what’s holding back ice hockey. Have a gander.
Fundraising news, guest columnists and a pre-IPO dividend cut–this is what makes the grade in the peHUB Top 10.
With print publications slimming like a Major League Baseball slugger coming off HGH, the online broadcasting arena for professional sports is only growing.
In this week’s top 10, we’ve got VCs on the dating scene, the NFL looking to partner with a good investor… and What Series A Crunch??
Why is this man smiling? Sure, his bracket could be perfect at this point in the NCAA tournament–but this week, his firm also closed its largest-ever middle market fund.
We’ve got arguments for buying PE stocks, GPs strolling the aisle for supermarket deals & upsets from yesterday’s madness! Tune in.
Private equity firms have gone on a deal run, not just buying, but making plenty of exits in 2012. All told, LBO shops completed more exits than at any point in the last decade, according to research by Pitchbook set to be released today.
While a PE firm might seem like a strange bedfellow for an enterprise like the NFL, Providence Equity Partners is an investment firm that has had major successes investing in digital and traditional media alike.
Mayor of New York City? Not likely. But John Catsimatidis is the boss of the produce section, and that will make him–and his century old-family grocery chain–a hot property with private equity firms looking to get into the aisles of NYC’s supermarkets.
What did it take to make the grade during college hoops’ conference tourney week? Jobs of the week, guest posts and fundraising news–have a look.