peHUB Second Opinion 5.29

Nasdaq will pay $10 million to settle civil charges stemming from mistakes it made during Facebook’s IPO.

Speaking of Facebook: Sheryl Sandberg on why Facebook Home isn’t hitting home for users.

Still speaking of Facebook: Its acquisition talks with Waze are reportedly over.

Tim Cook and the art of saying nothing.

Yale student to Tom Friedman: Actually, we really are better than other people.

Moms are now the sole or primary breadwinner in four of ten households.

Gmail is trying to ease email overload with new sorting tabs.

This deal will mark China’s largest takeover of a U.S. company.

Private equity firms have been cleaning up in the produce aisle.

Shareholders can’t be counted on (not by critics of big banks, anyway).

George Packer’s new book, about America’s “complicated financial machinery,” is “something close to a nonfiction masterpiece.”

Thirty things only L.A. drivers understand.

A BuzzFeed writer resigns in disgrace, after plagiarizing  ‘10 Llamas Who Wish They Were Models.’

Photo: A man walks past a sign welcoming Facebook to the NASDAQ Marketsite in New York May 18, 2012. Credit: Reuters/Brendan McDermid