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Luca Cordero di Montezemolo has been forced out as Ferrari’s chairman, but not before delivering the redesigned, turbocharged version of the wildly popular California. Read Article

Smartphones may be indispensable, but we found six good reasons not to buy one. Read Article

Are Americans really that unprepared for retirement? Maybe not. Plus, do millennials have good money skills? Barron’s Jack Hough joins the News Hub with Sara Murray. Photo: Getty. Read Article

Do women or men save more for retirement? A recent report by the U.S. Census Bureau underlines the challenges women have not only in earning a decent living, but also in financing retirement. Women make less than men—just 78 cents for every dollar earned by a man. And as Jonnelle Marte of The Washington Post notes, [...]

The video game maker’s newest franchise is an early hit, landing it on StockScouter’s list of 10 recommended stocks for a fifth straight week. Read Article

iPhone 6 and 6 Plus gain on top Android models The Apple iPhone 6 and 6 Plus hit stores today. Consumer Reports buys the products we evaluate just like ordinary consumers do, without revealing our identities. So at 1:00 a.m., our secret shoppers arrived at four locations to get our hands on multiple versions of [...]

College prices are out of whack, and a new survey shows that even the wealthy are up in arms. Read Article

In a fast-growing area dubbed ETF managed portfolios, experts suggest that investors may want to mosey rather than gallop. Read Article

Experts advise taking time and being cautious in assessing the treasured creations or possessions of a loved one. Read Article

Everyone knows that you can’t take it with you, but there are financial perils to leaving it behind. Read Article

Save on flights, lodging, ground transportation and more, so you can explore the world while you’re still young. Read Article

Studies have found that the average driver is overpaying by nearly $400. How to cut your bill. Read Article

The Class of 1964 is the first graduating class of the post-World War II baby boom and the leading edge of the generation retreating to retirement. Read Article

As Occupy Wall Street goes on its debt-abolishing tear, thousands of people across the country are begging them to forgive their loans. Read Article

Business World Columnist Holman Jenkins Jr. on the handover of power at the world’s largest database company. Photo: Associated Press Read Article

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