peHUB Second Opinion 3.15.13

Hedge fund titan Steve Cohen is shelling out $600 million to settle SEC allegations arising from  trades at his firm, SAC Capital.

Dropbox buys the email management application Mailbox and the (Internet) crowd goes wild.

Warren Buffett pays Bill Gates $1,800.

Car service Uber gets a new kind of unwanted publicity; one of its drivers allegedly raped a 20-year-old passenger.

ZipCar’s CEO resigns just hours after Avis announces its acquisition of the company is complete.

Facebook finally fills the role left open by Bret Taylor’s departure, making Mike Schroepfer its new CTO.

Twenty-somethings aren’t doomed to be poor, but thirty-somethings may be.

Silver Lake’s Dell bid started at $11.22 per share, a source tells Reuters.

Maybe we shouldn’t feel so bad. China’s Solyndra just imploded, too.

Happy St. Patrick’s Day from this very small pig that’s pushing a Guiness around in a shopping cart.

Photo: An exterior view of the headquarters of SAC Capital Advisors, L.P. in Stamford, Connecticut, in this picture taken December 13, 2010. Credit: Reuters/Mike Segar