peHUB Second Opinion 3.26

One Kneejerk Take on the Moody’s Report: The private equity industry is getting off easy while it destroys companies and jobs. (CJR)

Blow Up Wall Street: A new book argues that the financial empires of Bank of America and JPMorgan must be broken up. (WSJ)

Irony: How AIG’s Collapse has Paved Wall Street with Gold. (Reuters)

Shackin Up: Radio Shack is on the block and seeking private equity suitors. Sale price could be $3 billion. (NY Post)

Reconciled Lovers: Spotted! Eric Schmidt and Steve Jobs are buddies again. (Gizmodo)

No Pity For You: The lawmaker behind the European hedge fund and private equity rules said he “won’t be sad” and “won’t be going to confession” if financial jobs are lost as a result of his new rules. (Bloomberg)

Just odd: Police say they charged a Pennsylvania man with public drunkenness after he was seen trying to resuscitate a long-dead opossum along a highway. (SFGate)

Blogging For Bankers: Can banks run damage control on their tarnished images with social media? (CNN Money)