* peHUB returns to Chicago in one week from tonight, for a Shindig with the area’s PE pros, venture capitalists and assorted hangers-on. Get tickets here.
* Q&A with Mike Moritz of Sequoia Capital. Unfortunately, no questions on the endowment advisory biz, or hedge fund platform.
* Jim Cramer: Thank Big Ben for saving us from the second Great Depression.
* Fidelity signs a deal to market IPO shares of KKR portfolio companies to its retail customers.
* May was good to hedge funds, which posted their best performance in a decade.
* Pete Peterson is about to be publicly embarrassed by yet another relative.
* Bob Grady seems to have given up the ghost on carried interest taxation, telling Claire Miller that the battle is “is 90 percent of the way to lost.”
* Can law clerks come home again? It depends at WilmerHale.
* Joe Weisenthal: Too much is made of the birth-death model.
* FBN’s Liz Claman is in Silicon Valley this week, and has a killer lineup of interviews. Guess we won’t hold it against her that Steve Jurvetson’s name is spelled wrong.