peHUB Second Opinion 12.18

Who should be Time’s person of the year? Kim Jon-Un isn’t making the cut.

Mark Suster gives us “The Valuable Unsung Heroes of Startups.”

Instagram now claims it has the right to sell users’ photos without payment or notification. But wait. The Verge tells us what the new terms of service really mean.

The NRA plans to hold a press conference on Friday.

Hanging out with people who do the work you want to do and other ways to get a job.

Missing your Twinkies? You can go to Canada and get some.

It’s official. Twitter is not a fad.

Ken Chenault, AmEx’s CEO, is being mentioned as a possible nominee for treasury secretary.

Apple is in talks with Foursquare to add local data to maps.

Oracle beats Q2 estimates with $9.1 bln revenues.

Wal-Mart may be facing big fines reportedly due to widespread bribery at its Mexican affiliate.

Groundbreaking news. Kate Middleton plans to break royal tradition and will only hire one part-time nanny.

Gun sales surge after the Connecticut school massacre.

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