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First Read ends the week with news Google is paying new CFO more than $70 mln over two years, routers at hundreds of hotels are vulnerable to hackers and Pebble’s new smart watch hits $20 mln in kickstarter pre-orders.

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Corporate VCs may be slowing their investment pace–VCJ

Corporate VCs put more money to work last year in the United States than they had in the previous 14. In Q1, they could be taking a breather, as their investment pace seems to be slowing, although the trend is masked by the giant SpaceX funding.

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First Read kick-starts your morning with news of Google opening its first physical store in London, Univision prepares for an IPO and a jury orders “Blurred Lines” Pharrell and Robin Thicke to pay $7.3 million to Marvin Gaye’s family for copyright infringement.

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In Second Opinion, the NASDAQ hits 5000 for the first time in 15 years, Google confirms plans on becoming a wireless carrier and Kleiner Perkins General Partner John Doerr is expected to testify in the Pao gender discrimination trial.

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First Read starts your week with news of Twitter reviewing an alleged ISIS threat to co-founder Dorsey, two chip makers will merge in a deal worth $11.8 billion and without revealing a name, Warren Buffett says he has a successor in mind.

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First Read helps usher in the weekend with news Google reversed a porn ban on Blogger after backlash, Kleiner Perkins says it didn’t distribute gender discrimination policy until 2012 and Wired helps us understand the great dress debate of 2015.

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In Second Opinion, IBM is investing $4 billion into cloud and mobile initiatives, the FCC approves net neutrality and the New York Daily News is reportedly on the block.

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First Read kicks off your morning with news of Morgan Stanley agreeing to a $2.6 billion mortgage settlement, Google is reportedly considering a stake in Jawbone and Auto Trader plans to launch an IPO on the London Stock Exchange.

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In Second Opinion, HP is reportedly trying to buy Aruba Networks, China drops top tech brands for approved state purchases and three Brooklyn men are arrested and accused of plotting to join ISIS.

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