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Borsa Italiana News

  • Telecom Italia Appoints Recchi Chairman

    Telecom Italia SpA shareholders yesterday voted for a board with Giuseppe Recchi as chairman after months of clashes over the indebted company.

  • Cucinelli: The Clothes Look Good. And the Stock?

    Brunello Cucinelli, the Italian designer who built a decades-old clothing empire on a foundation of cashmere, is suddenly having a rough go of it in the stock market. His company's shares are down 24 percent this year on the Borsa Italiana, while Bloomberg Indexes' Global Luxury Goods index is down 6.2 percent. Now the company is appealing to investors with a 40 million euro ($56 million) infusion of six new stores in five countries and a new men’s suit collection. Dandy, you say.

  • Telecom Italia Owner Said to Consider Tononi as Chairman

    Borsa Italiana SpA Chairman Massimo Tononi has emerged as a candidate to head Telecom Italia SpA’s board, according to people with knowledge of the matter.

  • Telecom Italia Main Investor Proposes Recchi as Chairman

    Telecom Italia SpA’s biggest investor nominated Giuseppe Recchi as chairman, picking an entrepreneur and former General Electric Co. executive to help steer its turnaround effort.

  • Borsa Italiana Names Massimo Tononi Non-Exec. Director on Company Board

    Borsa Italiana SpA said Massimo Tononi was appointed a non-executive director of the company’s board. Tononi is a former partner and managing director at the investment banking division of Goldman Sachs.

  • Prada Shuns Milan for Hong Kong as IPO Plan Shows Decay in Italian Economy

    Prada SpA, the fashion house known for its Miu Miu bags and Church’s shoes, is planning the largest initial public offering of a family-owned Italian company since 2006. Investors in Prada’s hometown of Milan will have to reach about 5,800 miles away to buy the stock.

  • Moelis’ Silver Called Golden for Success Rate in Deals

    When Caroline Silver helped negotiate a $2.2 billion price for the London Metal Exchange last year, she woke a moribund market for cross-border takeovers that may yield an $8.2 billion windfall for NYSE Euronext.

  • Borsa Italiana Suspends Trading in Italy's All-Share Index, Bond Market

    London Stock Exchange Group Plc , which operates the Milan stock exchange, suspended trading on Italy’s main stock market “due to a technical problem.” Earlier the exchange said Italy’s benchmark FTSE MIB Index isn’t updating due to a “data issue.”

  • Xavier Rolet Wrestles Technology at LSE as Rivals Steal M&A Show

    Xavier Rolet , the chief executive officer of London Stock Exchange Group Plc, has started overhauling the 209-year-old bourse’s technology, stemmed a slide in market share and helped spur a rebound in the stock -- all in less than two years on the job.

  • Derivatives, Pools, Software, Russian Exports: Compliance

    The U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission, facing an Oct. 12 start date for a slate of derivatives rules, is being bombarded with requests from lobbying groups to ease or delay the Dodd-Frank Act measures.

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