Copies of Harper Lee's book "Go Set a Watchman" are displayed on a table inside of a Barnes & Noble store in New York, July 14, 2015. "Go Set a Watchman," the much-anticipated second novel by "To Kill a Mockingbird" author Harper Lee, is the most pre-ordered print title on Amazon.com since the last book in the "Harry Potter" series, Amazon said. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson
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In Second Opinion, Amazon’s “Prime Day” sales reportedly beats Black Friday, Toshiba expects to book up to $3 billion losses over an accounting scandal and Harper Lee’s new novel “Go Set a Watchman,” which portrays iconic character Atticus Finch in a less than favorable light, sets a one-day sales record for Barnes & Noble.

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In Second Opinion, Charter Communications explores bid for Time Warner Cable, a 64-year-old engineer sues Google for age discrimination and the Statue of Liberty is evacuated after a bomb threat.

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Traxpay closes $15 mln series B

Traxpay, a B2B payment business, has closed $15 Million in series B funding. The oversubscribed round was led by the corporate incubator of Commerzbank and Software AG with existing investors Earlybird Venture Capital and former senior Apax partner, Michael Phillips of Castik Capital Partners, also participating in the round.

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Trending in private equity this week: Hellman flies through monster fundraising, CalPERS hires Mahboob Hossain to lead co-investment team and Apax.

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peHUB First Read

Today First Read brings you the winners of the Buyouts deal of the year award, mobile messaging app Tango’s mega Series D round, Apax set to launch an Israel mid-market fund and Accel Partners raising some $1.5 bln in two new funds.

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In Second Opinion, study finds that good-looking male entrepreneurs have the best chance of getting venture funding, more people work for Alibaba than Yahoo and Facebook combined. Plus Flappy Bird is returning!

Reuters – Lazard, Messier Mandated to Sell Maisons du Monde

Investment banks Lazard and Messier Maris have been mandated to sell Maisons du Monde, a furniture store chain owned by private equity firms Apax and LBO France, writes Reuters. Lazard and Messier Maris, the boutique bank controlled by former Vivendi chief executive Jean-Marie Messier, were chosen last week to run the process, writes Reuters.

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