peHUB Rewind

Here’s a look at the past week of scoops, opinions and analysis from the peHUB blogging team. Read ‘em before they go behind our subscriber paywall…

Venture Capital:

Keiretsu Forum And TechCrunch50 Are Worlds Apart

Peter Shannon Leaves Atlas Venture for Firelake Capital

Report: Venture Stakes Still Overvalued

Will Deal Activity Force Secondary Sales?

Chinese Cyberattacks Exploited Adobe And Microsoft Software

Grant Thornton To Release “Blockbuster” Study

Details on Novafora-Transmeta Asset Auction

Guessing What Congress Will Do On Healthcare

Steve Ballmer on Bing Bing Bing

When VC and Buyout Firms Team Up…

Private Equity Pros Want Your Vote

On a Cloud, Q&A with CTERA CEO Liran Eshel

Worst Period for Brand New Deals in 15 Years

Galleon’s Private Portfolio

Keiretsu Forum To Drop Fees For Early-Stage Startups

Third Quarter’s Top Venture Deals

Jive Software – A Sequoia Survivor

As Dollar Tanks, Forex Investment Rises

Venture Investments Fell Third Quarter

U.S. Venture Capital Investments Dropped Third Quarter

No, Wait, Venture Investments Are Up

Accel Expands In India

Wary Of Subsidized Clean Tech?

Insider Trading Case Casts A Wide Net

Angels Are Better For Startups Than VCs

Dallas Shindig Photos

Small Companies Seeking Mergers, Not IPOs

Private Equity

This Week in Debt Performance

Private Equity To Tweet, Begrudgingly

Secondary Market Now Driven by Mega-Funds, Not LP Liquidity

Kayne Anderson Targets $500 Million for Mezz Fund

New Mexico CIO Resigns With Links to Pay-To-Play Scandal

OMERS Gets Direct with Private Equity

Midweek M&A Madness

Q&A With Northern Lights Ventures On Small Market Asset Management Plays

You Can’t Slow Down FleetPride

Vulture Investing: Best Before or After The Bankruptcy?

Which Buyout Firms are Targeting Asia?

Don’t Piss Off A Mid-Market Lender

Apollo’s CalPERS Broker Was No Broker

Me and Kravis: Sitting on a Stage

Carlyle Woos Women To Male-Dominated PE World

Private Equity, Creating Side Hustles To Support Crappy Jobs

Apollo Management Goes Deeper Into Debt