PE HUB Second Opinion

The Supreme Court will allow a limited version of Trump’s travel ban to take effect. The court will also consider the case in the fall.

Cargill sells fruit processing plant in Brazil to Germany’s Doehler:

Amtrak names former Delta executive as next CEO.

Blackbaud agrees to acquire U.K.-based fundraising platform JustGiving.

Alphabet’s Waymo hires Avis to service its driverless cars.

Google Home arrives in Canada.

The estates of Bernie Madoff’s dead sons reach an agreement with the U.S. government to hand over a combined $23 million to victims of the notorious Ponzi scheme.

Martin Shkreli’s fraud trial begins.

Photo: Pakistani American Aisha Yaqoop, 23, of Atlanta, yells slogans during an anti-Donald Trump travel ban protest outside Hatfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport in Atlanta, Georgia, January 29, 2017. Reuters/Chris Aluka Berry