Oct 3, 2014; Baltimore, MD, USA;Baltimore Orioles catcher Nick Hundley (40) celebrates with right fielder Nick Markakis (21) after winning against the Detroit Tigers in game two of the 2014 ALDS playoff baseball game at Oriole Park at Camden Yards. The Orioles won 7-6. Mandatory Credit: Joy R. Absalon-USA TODAY Sports
561 Views

peHUB First Read

First Read ushers in your morning with news that the SEC is set to propose news rules on executive compensation, Twitter stock plunges after earnings report is leaked early and the Baltimore Orioles will be playing their next game without fans.

158 Views

PeerIQ scores $6 mln seed

New York City-based financial information services company PeerIQ has secured $6 million in seed funding. Uprising and John Mack, former chairman and CEO of Morgan Stanley, led the round with participation from other investors that included Vikram Pandit, former Citigroup CEO; Arthur Levitt, former SEC chairman; Dan Doctoroff, former CEO of Bloomberg LP; and Eric Schwartz, former co-CEO of Goldman Sachs Asset Management.

shutterstock_186861908
308 Views

peHUB Second Opinion

In Second Opinion, the Arkansas governor rejects religion bill after pressure over gay discrimination, Lynn Tilton and Patriarch Partners file counter-suit against the SEC and Sprint settles U.S. class-action lawsuit for $131 million.

oldtimejourno
369 Views

SEC provided fireworks last year

My biggest surprise of 2014 was watching my daughter evolve from a colicky, cranky little being into a cheerful, smiling baby full of personality. That was a pleasant surprise.

Revellers chat on a street before performing at a carnival parade in Havana
491 Views

peHUB Second Opinion

In Second Opinion, Sony cancels the premier of “The Interview,” the U.S. restores diplomatic relations with Cuba and what to do when a VC says no, over and over again.

top 10 fireworks shutterstock_155585228
206 Views

Top 10 posts

Trending on peHUB this week: 500 Startups openly markets new fund, Harvard and Nebraska Investment Council post job openings, and Formation 8 grabs spotlight.

stealing
256 Views

Monroe fires Woo for allegedly taking confidential info; Woo fires back

Monroe Capital LLC is suing Warren Woo, a former managing director, for allegedly stealing information to help launch a rival firm, Breakaway Capital. In response, Woo called the suit a “direct retaliation” for his complaints about management and said the firm knew of his desire to leave for several months

normandy
417 Views

peHUB First Read

To end your week, First Read celebrates the brave soldiers who began storming the beaches of Normandy 70 years ago today. We also have news about venture investment in bitcoin and the ‘shocking’ results of GM’s internal probe over ignition switch problems.

Top 10 sign blue white shutterstock_102171166
395 Views

Top 10 posts

Trending on peHUB this week: Career tips for would-be private equity pros, fundraising halt at Chicago Growth Partners, job openings at CalPERS, GI Partners and Providence, and lots more.

Top 10 sign blue white shutterstock_102171166
168 Views

Top 10 posts

Trending this week on peHUB: the secrets to a successful PE career, funds offering 0 percent management fees, the most sought European buyout funds on the secondary market, and more.

Top 10 sign blue white shutterstock_102171166

Top 10 posts

Trending on peHUB this week: SEC scrutiny of PE funds, hedge funds piling into venture rounds, Warburg Pincus energy fund, Sun Capital, Cornerstone, PE interest in LA Clippers, Hawthorne Leisure, Greene King, Prosper, Lindsay Goldberg, First American Payment, and jobs at JPMorgan, Montana and SCG.

Top 10 sign blue white shutterstock_102171166

Top 10 posts

Trending on peHUB this week: Jobs for college seniors at PE-backed companies, Munder Capital and Victory Capital merging, TIAA-CREF buying Nuveen, Pomona Capital fundraising, and more.

magician shutterstock_131728910
384 Views

The micro-cap IPO disappearing act

Decimalization has clearly damaged the market for small-cap IPOs. The VC industry would be “much healthier if we went back to the days when stocks traded in 1/8 or even 1/4 dollar increments for small companies,” writes guest blogger Mark Siegel of Menlo Ventures.

PE HUB Community

Join the 12518 members of PE HUB to make connections, share your opinion, and follow your favorite authors.

Join the Community

Look Who’s Tweeting

PE HUB News Briefs

RSS Feed Widget

VCJ Headlines (subscribers only)

RSS Feed Widget

Buyouts Headlines (subscribers only)

RSS Feed Widget