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The Wall Street Journal is a good resource but you can also find a lot of spinoffs or potential spinoffs by using your favorite search engine, and there's no subscription required. Personally, I still subscribe to the Wall Street Journal but I get it at a student discount so it's relatively inexpensive. I doubt I would pay full price for it especially since I don't have time to read it every day. WSJ Online is nice b/c you can search through older articles, usually "spinoff" or spin off" returns some hits.
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