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Connecticut fund executive faces new SEC fraud charges: Reuters

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on Wednesday announced fraud charges and an asset freeze against a Connecticut venture capital executive previously charged with insider trading, and now accused of cheating his own clients out of tens of millions of dollars, Reuters News reported.

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In Second Opinion, online dating company Zoosk pulls the plug on its planned IPO, the unemployment rate drops to 5.4 percent and believe it or not, 2.1 million people still use AOL dial-up.

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PeerIQ expands team with new addition

New York City-based financial information services company PeerIQ has hired Deepak Agnani as head of financial products. Previously, Agnani worked at Markit where he served as head of U.S. indices. PeerIQ is backed by Uprising; John Mack, former chairman and CEO of Morgan Stanley; Vikram Pandit, former Citigroup CEO; Arthur Levitt, former SEC chairman; and Eric Schwartz, former co-CEO of Goldman Sachs Asset Management.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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

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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

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