PE HUB First Read

Google has created $4 million crisis fund to fight Trump’s immigration ban.

Starbuck’s CEO says the company planned to hire 10,000 refugees over five years in 75 countries.

Fitbit is expected to announce a cut between 5 percent to 10 percent of its employees.

Snap Inc. plans to publicly file for its much-anticipated IPO late this week.

Google, in post-Obama era, aggressively woos Republicans. Well, why not?

German prosecutors name Volkswagen AG’s former Chief Executive Martin Winterkorn as a suspect in a fraud investigation as they widened their probe into a diesel emissions-cheating scandal.

Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim is not selling his New York Times stock.

Online real estate company Zillow is offering workers that have been with the company for six consecutive years six-week paid sabbaticals.

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg drops lawsuits in Hawaii to force land sales.

Photo: Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim reads the book “Crippled America: How to make America great again” by Donald Trump during a news conference in Mexico City, Mexico, January 27, 2017. Reuters/Edgard Garrido