PE HUB First Read

Three-quarters of CEOs in Britain said they would consider moving their companies out of the U.K. because of Brexit.

Snapchat has rebranded as Snap Inc. It’s also going to sell Spectacles that record 10-second snippets of video, for $130 sometime this fall.

FreshDirect LLC has raised $189 million in a round led by JPMorgan Asset Management.

Google plans to introduce its own home wi-fi router that costs $129.

Golfing great, Arnold Palmer, passed away at 87.

Hell freezes over. Ted Cruz officially endorses Donald Trump.

Office Depot to sell European operations to Aurelius Group

Ex-N.Y. Governor David Paterson is charged with violating securities.

As predicted, President Obama vetoes a bill that would allow lawsuits against foreign sponsors of terrorism.

A rogue trader gets a break. His fine to Societe Generale is cut by 99.98 percent.



Photo: Former Republican U.S. presidential candidate and current U.S. Senator Ted Cruz speaks during the Heritage Action for America presidential candidate forum in Greenville, South Carolina September 18, 2015. Reuters/Chris Keane