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Ferrari Spinoff Could Be Worth $12.4 Billion at IPO

It appears the price tag the market will put on Ferrari will exceed its CEO's $11 billion forecast. Ahead of its IPO, Bloomberg predicts a valuation of $12.4 billion.

Ferrari Could Be Worth $12.4B in Its Looming Initial Public Offering

Ferrari could fetch a $12.4 billion valuation in its looming initial public offering, according to a Bloomberg report.

Equinix Is Right on Time for the Cloud Computing, Internet of Things Revolutions

Shares of Internet infrastructure company Equinix are on fire, and CEO Steve Smith couldn't be more bullish about its prospects as cloud computing and the Internet of Things keep growing.

Equinix CEO on Explosive Stock, Serving Customers Like Google and Microsoft

Shares of Internet infrastructure company Equinix (EQIX) are on fire and its CEO Steve Smith couldn’t be more bullish.

Starbucks, Chili's and KFC Will Start Accepting Apple Pay Next Year

Apple Pay is getting bigger - moving deeper into the restaurant space.

U.S. Stocks Open Flat as the Dow Tries to Make it Six Up Days in a Row

Soon, Starbucks (SBUX), KFC (YUM), and Chili's will accept Apple Pay (AAPL).

Expect Higher Profits but No Revenue Growth in Earnings Season, Says Schwab Strategist

Randy Frederick, managing director of derivatives at the Schwab Center for Financial Research, says that companies' ability to beat estimates is occurring because targets are lower.

Hillary Clinton Calls for Expansion of Dodd-Frank, High Frequency Trading Tax

Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton revealed proposals to keep financial institutions in check, including strengthening the Dodd-Frank financial reform laws and a tax on high frequency trading.

Volkswagen's U.S. Chief Testifies About Emissions Scandal

Washington lawmakers grilled Volkswagen's U.S. CEO Michael Horn about the automaker's emissions fraud during a hearing on Capitol Hill Thursday.

Volkswagen’s CEO Was Just Grilled by Lawmakers on Its Emissions Scandal

Volkswagen’s (VOW3) troubles are far from over.

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