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An upstart exchange just took a big swing at two of Wall Street's most powerful players (CBOE, ICE, NDAQ)

Bats, the stock exchange recently acquired by the Chicago Board Options Exchange, is proposing a new model for trading at the end of the day. The model represents a direct challenge to the New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq. In a letter...Show More Summary

The Tax-Cut Framework Won’t Create Jobs and Digs the Inequality Ditch even Deeper

The Tax-Cut Framework Won’t Create Jobs and Digs the Inequality Ditch even Deeper Marcus Ryu, a self-described Silicon Valley entrepreneur who created, with others, a company now worth $5 billion on the New York Stock Exchange, argues in today’s Op-Ed section of the New York Times that “Tax Cuts Won’t Create Jobs“, NY Times (Oct. […]

Marchionne Confirms Ferrari SUV, Denies Jeep Sale

Despite months of denial, Sergio Marchionne confirmed that Ferrari will put a sport utility vehicle into production on Monday. “We’re dead serious about this,” Marchionne said at the New York Stock Exchange earlier this week. “We need...Show More Summary

Video: Marchionne opens NY Stock Exchange

Watch as Ferrari Chairman Sergio Marchionne opens the day's trading at the New York Stock Exchange, as part of the marque's…

Africa’s greatest resource is its people, says US businessman

Ambassador Harold E Doley jr was 26 when he bought a seat on the New York Stock Exchange, becoming the first African-American individual to do so. His success did not come overnight - Doley jr was 13 when he set his sights on investments and trading. Show More Summary

Mapping The World's Trillion-Dollar Asset-Manager Club

In the late 1700s, it was the start of the battle of stock exchanges: in 1773, the London Stock Exchange was formed, and the New York Stock Exchange was formed just 19 years later. And while London was a preferred destination for international...Show More Summary

The Tax-Cut Framework Won't Create Jobs and Digs the Inequality Ditch even Deeper

Marcus Ryu, a self-described Silicon Valley entrepreneur who created, with others, a company now worth $5 billion on the New York Stock Exchange, argues in today's Op-Ed section of the New York Times that "Tax Cuts Won't Create Jobs", NY...

LiveXLive Follows Slacker, SNAP Interactive Acquisitions With Public Stock Offering

LiveXLive Media, Inc. (OTC: LIVX), a live music and music-related online video network, has announced a public offering of shares of its common stock. LiveXLive will sell 7,692,308 shares on the New York Stock Exchange. ______________________________ LiveXLive Media has applied to list common stock on the New York Stock Exchange...

Sergio Marchionne confirms Ferrari will build an SUV

Sergio Marchionne, CEO of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, confirmed to Bloomberg on Monday at the New York Stock Exchange that Ferrari will indeed make an SUV. The Italian supercar maker is "beyond considering an SUV" and production volume will be decided in the next 30 months. Marchionne told reporters volume will be limited to preserve exclusivity...

Switch finishes up 22% in data center IPO

Las Vegas-based data center operator Switch went public on the New York Stock Exchange today, under the ticker “SWCH.” After pricing its IPO above the proposed range at $17, the company closed at $20.73, up almost 22 percent. The company raised $531 million in its offering. Read More

This innovation could lead to the next financial crisis

Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New York on October 4, 2017. Photo by REUTERS/Brendan McDermid History might not repeat itself, but it does rhyme. Robert Z. Aliber, an emeritus professor of international...Show More Summary

BlackBerry is moving from Nasdaq to the New York Stock Exchange on October 16

BlackBerry has announced plans to move its shares from Nasdaq to the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) on October 16. The Canadian tech firm hasn’t given a specific reason for upping sticks and moving its shares to another stock market, but as the company continues to shift away from its mobile hardware roots and define itself as a […]

Southeast Asia games firm Sea, formerly Garena, files for $1 billion US IPO

Southeast Asia-based games and e-commerce firm Sea, formerly known as Garena, has officially filed for its much-anticipated U.S. IPO. The company, which is valued at over $3.75 billion, will list on the New York Stock Exchange as ‘SE’ and is looking to raise $1 billion. Show More Summary

Facebook alum Chamath Palihapitiya raises $600 million in IPO for his blank-check firm (IPOA.U)

Midas-touch investor Chamath Palihapitiya has raised $600 million in the IPO for his new firm, Social Capital Hedosophia Holdings. Shares priced at $10 each went up on the New York Stock Exchange Wednesday under the ticker " IPOA.U" The...Show More Summary

Pacific Drilling Delisted from New York Stock Exchange

Shares of Pacific Drilling have been suspended from trading on the New York Stock Exchange due to the ultra-deepwater drilling company’s failure to maintain the minimum-required market capitalization. Starting Wednesday, common shares of Pacific Drilling commenced trading in the over-the-counter market known as the “Pink Sheets”. Show More Summary

Market legend Art Cashin's note from the first day US markets opened after 9/11

Monday marks the 16th anniversary of September 11, 2001, the date of the deadliest attacks on US soil since Pearl Harbor. To remember the day and honor its heroes, legendary New York Stock Exchange floor trader and director of floorShow More Summary

A Look at NYSE Margin Debt and the Market

By Jill Mislinski – The New York Stock Exchange publishes end-of-month data for margin debt on the NYX data website, where we can also find historical data back to 1959. Let's examine the numbers and study the relationship between.....

Wall Street's oldest steakhouse has a secret menu for billionaires — here's what's on it

Delmonico's, located just a few blocks away from the New York Stock Exchange in downtown Manhattan, opened in 1837 as one of the first sit-down restaurants in America. But while the restaurant is perhaps best known for its steaks, it also has a selection of food items you won't find on the menu. Show More Summary

Workday to Move to Nasdaq from NYSE on Sept. 19th

Cloud computing software vendor Workday will shift its shares listing to the Nasdaq from New York Stock Exchange on September 19th.

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