PE HUB Second Opinion

Twitter offers additional restricted stock and cash bonuses to employees to rein in talent flight.

Bridgewater hires ex-Apple executive Jon Rubinstein as co-CEO.

Krispy Kreme, which is owned by Alcuin Capital Partners, plans London IPO.

WeWork targets Asia as valuation hits $16 billion.

Yahoo adds two new directors; both have experience helping sell firms.

A startup backed by Sean Parker is pitching the film industry on a service that would offer $50 home movie rentals on theatrical release day.

Alibaba secures $3 billion loan to finance more investments and acquisitions.

Soothe raises $35 million to bring you massages on demand.

The University of California’s endowment plans to yank money from the worst-performing hedge fund managers.

Apple announces March 21 event, where it’s expected to debut a smaller iPhone.

Instacart and Whole Foods confirm expanded relationship and plans for expansion.

TransCanada is in talks to buy Columbia Pipeline Group, Reuters reports.

Canada becomes a U.S. creditor for the first time.

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