Venture capitalist John Doerr shows a flexible solar panel during a panel discussion at the 2006 TechNet Innovation Summit at the Stanford University Memorial Auditorium in Stanford, California, November 15, 2006. REUTERS/Dino Vournas

PE HUB First Read

First Read kicks off the morning with news that Celgene is planning on acquiring Receptos for $7.2 billion, Uber settles a wrongful death lawsuit in San Francisco and Kleiner Perkins’ John Doerr says VCs are “pathetic” for excluding women.


peHUB First Read

First Read helps close out another snowy week with news Apple Pay has been stung by low-tech fraudsters, Formation8 has been dropped from U.S. sexual assault lawsuit and Glenn Beck’s top execs quit to form digital media startup.

John Doerr shows a flexible solar panel in Stanford

peHUB Second Opinion

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.

Reinventing KP

Reinventing Kleiner Perkins

This week, two widely read pieces have been published about the trials and tribulations of Kleiner Perkins — and how it plans to regain its spot at the top of the venture capital universe. But neither addresses the biggest issue confronting the 41-year-old firm.

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