peHUB Second Opinion 6.13

Woot! Human genes can’t be patented, rules the Supreme Court.

Rupert Murdoch and wife Wendi Deng are divorcing. (Says a surprised Satan, “I didn’t have a clue that they were having problems.”)

Finally, an app that let’s cats take videos of themselves. Naturally, it’s called Snapcat.

You aren’t imagining things; elite traders really are getting access to data before everyone else.

The SEC is charging and fining Revlon for misleading shareholders.

The car is the next tech platform, says GM’s CEO.

Why dads don’t take paternity leave.

Nine questions for Tesla’s Elon Musk.

Forty numbers under 40.

A child cries after expecting to meet Iron Man, and instead getting regular old human Robert Downey Jr.

Photo: General Motors Chairman and CEO Dan Akerson answers questions from the media following GM’s annual shareholders meeting in Detroit, Michigan June 6, 2013. Credit: Reuters/Rebecca Cook