peHUB Second Opinion 11.17

The top 10 lies that entrepreneurs tell VCs (and three lies that VCs tell them).

Zynga will soon begin selling “candy cane seeds” on Farmville to raise money for a San Francisco children’s hospital. How…altruistic.

Ten “must-have” apps for the iPhone.

GM prepares itself for the largest stock market debut in American corporate history.

Société Générale’s “rogue” trader Jérôme Kerviel tells Der Spiegel that his bosses knew everything.

Kayak has filed for an IPO, but if Google’s merger with ITA goes through, it’ll be anything but (yes) smooth sailing for the online travel site.

If you missed yesterday’s 40-minute-long tète-à-tète between Fred Wilson and John Doerr, you can watch it here.

Warren Buffett writes a thank you letter to the U.S. government for intervening in the financial crisis, but the Journal perceives a slight.

Path, the new startup from Napster founder Shawn Fanning and longtime Facebooker Dave Morin, comes into view.

In news that seems wrong on a number of levels: Google has just entered the fashion biz.