peHUB Second Opinion 5.21

Ireland to everyone: Hey, don’t blame us for Apple’s low tax rate.

Private equity firms’ interest in money manager investments is rising.

PE firms are also circling the grocery ad network MyWebGrocer.

How Jamie Dimon kept his job.

Why Silicon Valley is not the second coming of the Gilded Age.

Meet the founder (and sole employee) of 14-year-old Urban Dictionary, the 77th biggest Website in the country.

Vine: The latest social media concern for employers.

New York cracks down on Airbnb.

San Francisco gets the Super Bowl in 2016.

What things have come to: There is now an app that counts candy in a jar.

12 signs that you’re burned out.

Hedge fund mogul Steven Cohen may be trying to strike a deal with prosecutors.

This guy wants you to know he also made a windfall off Tumblr’s sale to Yahoo.

Photo: Apple Operations International, a subsidiary of Apple Inc, is seen in Hollyhill, Cork, in the south of Ireland in this October 6, 2011 file photo. Credit: REUTERS/Michael MacSweeney/files