peHUB Second Opinion 3.18.13

EA CEO John Riccitiello has stepped down, saying he was “accountable” for the company missing its operational targets.

Federal prosecutors finally filed criminal charges today in the CalPERS bribery case, naming the big pension fund’s former chief executive, Fred Buenrostro, and Nevada businessman Alfred Villalobos.

Lise Buyer has hired Leslie Pfrang of Deutshe Bank to open a New York office for her IPO consultancy, Class V Group.

Two Connecticut pension funds are selling off investments to meet their cash flow needs.

Meet the “Winklevoss” of Snapchat.

Queen Elizabeth honors Marc Andreessen and several others with her first Prize for Engineering.

A Blankfein gets married.

The Washington Post is adopting a metered paywall this summer.

Burger King is offering a turkey burger for the first time.

Photo: Electronic Arts’ EA.O Chief Executive Officer John Riccitiello poses during E3, the Electronic Entertainment Expo, in Los Angeles in this June 8, 2011 file photo. Credit: Reuters/Phil McCarten