peHUB Second Opinion (Twitterless version)

U.S. college endowments are cutting holdings of alternative investments, such as private equity.

BlackRock: Why women tend to be more risk averse than men.

BlackBerry’s best hope of survival may be to abandon smartphones.

A shocking retrospective of Lululemon’s founder Chip Wilson saying offensive things. And Chinese people don’t prefer inhuman working conditions, Chip.

The C.I.A. is paying AT&T more than $10 million a year for call data.

Groupon is paying $260 mln for Ticket Monster. And, Groupon 3Q revenue misses expectations.

The FDA is looking to ban artificial trans fats in processed foods. So much for that frozen pizza.

Whew! Google now says it won’t disable Google Glass if you sell it.

Facebook has returned home. FB is opening its first engineering office in Boston.

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