Nicolas Giacobone, Alejandro G. Inarritu, Alexander Dinelaris, Jr.and Armando Bo pose with the Oscars for best original screenplay for "Birdman"
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peHUB First Read

First Read kicks off the week with news of Valeant Pharmaceuticals to acquire Salix for about $10 billion, Apple plans on investing $2 billion in building green data centers in Ireland and Denmark and “Birdman” wins big at the Oscars while “Boyhood” is mostly snubbed.

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peHUB Second Opinion

In Second Opinion, Ford isn’t falling all over itself to release a self-driving car, Google is plotting a move into auto insurance and Steve Jobs introduced the first iPhone eight years ago today.

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Ex-Kleiner Partner Ellen Pao Wins Bid to Keep Discrimination Case in Public Eye

(Reuters) – A high-profile Silicon Valley sex discrimination lawsuit moved closer to a trial after a panel of justices ruled that venture capital firm Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers cannot take the claims of former partner Ellen Pao to arbitration. The justices for the California Court of Appeal in San Franciso ruled that “Pao is not bound to arbitrate her complaint against KPCB.”

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Ex-Kleiner Partner Ellen Pao Lands Job at Reddit

Ellen Pao, a former Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers junior partner who is suing the venture capital firm for gender discrimination, has landed a new job heading up strategic partnerships at social-news website Reddit.

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Why Kleiner May Have Just Shot Itself in the Foot: Updated

Longtime Kleiner Perkins partner Ellen Pao may have chosen an odd way to reveal to the world that she’s no longer working at the firm, taking to the social network Quora to announce the development. But from a financial, legal, and public relations’ standpoint, Kleiner Perkins may wind up the big loser in this latest chapter of its ongoing saga with Pao.

Kleiner Perkins Comes Out Swinging; What’s Next?

Kleiner Perkins didn’t disappoint those eager to hear its response to claims by Partner Ellen Pao that the firm had discriminated against her because of her gender. Its seven-page legal answer refutes every claim made against it.

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