PE HUB First Read

Baker Hughes will form a hydraulic fracturing company with Goldman Sachs and CSL Capital.

Trump officially wins Michigan amid calls for a recount.

UK now requires everyone’s browsing history stored for 12 months as part of new surveillance law.

Barrett Brown, a journalist the government accused of sharing a link to stolen credit cards, leaves prison.

Google removes 90 pct of over 1 mln infringing links requested by copyright holders.

Elizabeth Warren calls Steven Mnuchin the ‘Forest Gump’ of the financial crisis.

U.S. home prices recover ground during housing bust.

Millions of Japanese over 35 still live with mom and dad.

A great recipe for longevity: World’s oldest woman says eggs and cookies helped her live to 117.

Photo: Traders work near where Baker Hughes is traded on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New York City, U.S. May 2, 2016. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid