peHUB Second Opinion 3.14.13

JPMorgan misled investors and dodged regulators, a long-awaited, 301-page Senate report says.

Ricky Gervais agrees to create content exclusively for YouTube, saying he’s doing it for the money, “obviously.”

There’s big tension in how Larry Page is running Google.

The Justice Department  charges one of Reuters’ own with conspiring with the hacker group Anonymous. More here.

Former Treasury secretary Tim Geithner is writing a book about the financial crisis.

A new study finds that private equity firms inflate performance while fundraising.

Geezer Gazillionaires: Forbes profiles the world’s oldest, richest people.

Facebook is working on incorporating #hastags, reports the WSJ.

Um, yeah. Maybe just forget about taking that Carnival Cruise you were contemplating.

And, in honor of Pi Day, 26 ways to “pie” someone in the face.

Photo: New York Yankees batter Brett Gardner reacts after getting a shaving cream “pie” in the face after he hit a walk-off single to beat the Texas Rangers 3-2 in the 12th inning of their MLB American League baseball game at Yankee Stadium in New York, June 16, 2011. Reuters/Ray Stubblebine