PE HUB First Read

Snapchat has bought Zenly for between $250 million and $350 million.

Benchmark Capital partner Bill Gurley is also leaving Uber’s board.

Altice USA, the cable operator, priced its IPO at $30 each, raising $1.9 billion.

Theranos agrees to settle its lawsuit with Walgreens for less than $30 million.

The Wall Street Journal fired its chief foreign affairs correspondent after evidence emerged he was taking part in deals.

A “Breatharian” couple that claimed to learn how to live without food or rather on the “universe’s energy” manages to get a few supposedly reputable news outlets (looking at you CNN, among others) to publish their bogus story.

Navya driverless shuttles to begin ferrying University of Michigan students this fall

Aussies are buying more cars than ever despite their miserly wage gains.

Oracle shares jump as much as 9 percent after earnings top estimates.

Don Duet, a Goldman Sachs veteran



Photo: The Oracle logo is seen on its campus in Redwood City, California, June 15, 2015. Reuters/Robert Galbraith