peHUB Second Opinion 8.5

A Little Reassurance: Limited partners need more certainty – and want some cash back, too. (Breakingviews)

On The Goldman Sachs Front: Lloyd Blankfein’s wife apparently missed yesterday’s memo about high-profile spending. (Page 6)

Cool Infographs: How Americans spend their days. (NY Times)

Column One: Columnist Rolfe Winkler feels betrayed by Warren Buffett, the hypocrite. (Reuters Blogs)

Column Two: Columnist Neil Unmack says that private equity deals won’t be bailed out by the reviving high-yield bond world. (Reuters)

The Donald: “If Donald Trump can borrow money to finance casinos, then the credit crunch must really be over.” (Floyd Norris)

On The Flipside: “The Donald convinced a bank to bail out his Atlantic City casinos – again. But that doesn’t necessarily mean financing will start to flow for private equity restructurings, too. And buyout firms are less likely to invest the effort to resuscitate their cratered companies.” (Breakingviews)