peHUB Second Opinion 11.03

Chronicling when most couples tend to split up, using Facebook updates.

Bye, bye, MySpace.

Marc Andreessen and Ben Horowitz on their unlikely mentor, Mike Ovitz.

Jason Calacanis threatens to sue TechCrunch for some of that AOL money.

Google is forgiven for its Street View privacy snafu by the U.K. which instead issues Google a surprisingly lame warning.

Meanwhile, for the first time, the search giant is carrying ads from someone else’s ad network — Twitter’s.

Peter Orszag on how to save Social Security.

Anyone want to buy 33.9 percent of BlackRock? It’s just around $11 billion.

Steve Black leaves the house of Jamie Dimon.

Short memories finance PE payouts.

Pandemonium at today’s San Francisco Giant’s parade. (Go team! And thanks for the shot, Charles Hudson.)

Facebook to Foursquare: we’re going to crush you. We think/hope.

The Swiss see an end to a major bear debate.