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Spending watchdog — Ottawa paid top dollar for Trans Mountain

Canada's federal Liberal government may have overpaid for the Trans Mountain pipeline project by up to $1 billion, Parliamentary Budget Officer (PBO) Yves Giroux estimates.

Apple Music probed by two U.S. states over antitrust concerns

Apple's all-new subscription music streaming service announced just two days ago is under investigation by two US states over concerns that the technology giant may have colluded with the music industry to make life harder for its established rivals.

Snapchat is now worth over $16bn, snaps up $538m more funding

Popular messaging app Snapchat has raised another $537.6 million by selling off stock, leaving it valued at $16 billion. The app has gone from strength to strength since launch, helped by its popularity with teenagers and simple but intuitive appeal.

Op-Ed: An early-stage valuation primer part 1

Early-stage valuation of a startup is critically important yet is far too often badly misunderstood. There are several key things you need to consider in the valuation of your very young venture.

U.S. stocks correction fear fades despite valuation angst

A rapid recovery in U.S. stock prices after the recent slide may be enough to make many investors who remained bullish feel a little smug. That would be a mistake, market strategists say.

Facebook valued between $85bn and $95bn

In preparation for its initial public offering, social media giant Facebook has been valued at between $85 and $95 billion.

Facebook floats on stock market May 17, will be valued $100B

Facebook, the world's largest social network, is expected to go public on May 17. The online giant is expected to be valued at $100 billion. Analysts say that Facebook's is the most anticipated stock offering from Silicon Valley since Google in 2004.

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