peHUB First Read

Cofee* Charles Davi: How do bubbles create and kill jobs?

* Paul Kedrosky: Venture model makeover.

* Attorney Roger Glovsky is writing a series of posts on how to wind down your startup.

* Each Yankees home playoff game is worth $6.7 million to New York businesses. In other words, New York businesses can now pool their money to buy a pair of field box seats.

* Morning Call: U.S. futures point higher, European shares boosted by Alcoa results, Japan rises on shippers and Hong Kong closes up 1.2%.

* The forgotten man of Moneyball.

* Striking it rich: Is there an app for that?

* Could Modern/Elegant Bridge-killing Conde Nast have married The Knot? Kind of reminds me of how The Boston Globe could have married (a long, long time ago)…

* H. Rodgin Cohen on the state of M&A involving U.S. banks: “Dismal and nonexistent.” First Niagra CEO John Koelmel dissents.

* Matthew Goldstein: Fed becomes reluctant landlord.

* Brookings releases a study on air travel trends, including stats on which airports have the longest average arrival/departure delays.

* Steve Pagliuca on sports, business and politics: