Top 10 peHUB Posts This Week

Want to catch up on what your colleagues found most interesting on peHUB over the past seven days? Here are our posts with the most pageviews from Feb. 4 to Feb 11.

Oh, and forgive us if we pat our own Alastair Goldfisher on the back for predicting Pandora’s IPO filing a week before the company filed. See post No. 4.

1. Tony Conrad: If You Sell Your Startup, Don’t Be a Punk About it Afterward – by Connie Loizos, posted on Feb. 4.

2. Why Is Patricof Smiling? Greycroft Sees 6x Return on HuffPo Sale – by Lawrence Aragon, posted on Feb. 7.

3. Pop Quiz: Which Firms Have Two Funds Among The Top-10 Worst? – by Bernard Vaughan, posted on Feb. 10.

4. After Maxing Out A Dozen Credit Cards, Is Pandora Headed For An IPO? – by Alastair Goldfisher, posted on Feb. 4.

5. No Respect for “Most Respected VCs” List – by Lawrence Aragon, posted on Feb. 3

6. Universities Regain Mojo; PE Allocations Rise – by Gregory Roth, posted on Feb. 4.

7. The House that Sean Parker’s Facebook Money Just Bought – by Connie Loizos, posted on Jan. 31

8. GTCR’s 10th Fund Coming in at $3.5B – by Luisa Beltran, posted on Feb.4

9. With Ex-Conexant CEO On Staff, Golden Gate Makes Play For, Well, Conexant – by Luisa Beltran, posted on Feb. 8.

10. David Stockman Rails Against “Grotesque,” “Incompetent,” “Rogue” Lawyers – by Bernard Vaughan, posted on Feb. 3