Top Business Stories from the U.S.
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Master of the S&P Howard Silverblatt explains how two groups are controlling the market right now.
The S&P 500 closed above 2,000 for the first time, and it could be put to the test soon.
The insider trading charges accuse Michael Lucarelli of using nonpublic information to illicitly earn more than $538,000.
A new cease-fire between Israel and the Palestinians aimed at ending their seven-week conflict in Gaza went into effect Tuesday.
Here are key things Burger King needs to focus on to avoid a customer backlash over its proposed Tim Hortons merger, says brand expert Leeann Leahy.
A suit between a billionaire and top art tycoon has targeted a secretive and powerful art collecting family.
Apple's flexible display technology could take time to get to consumers.
American Airlines and US Airways are pulling flight listings from Orbitz after they were unable to reach agreement on a long-term contract.
A new platform seamlessly allows Instagram users to make purchases when they see an item they like on their feeds.
Even with geopolitical tensions, the Dow will continue its record-high climb, uber-bull Jeremy Siegel says.
Kevin Counihan spent two years running the highly praised Access Health CT.
The preliminary decision is backed by U.S. sugar industry complaints of unfair competition from subsidized sweeteners.
HP received 29 reports of cords melting or charring, with two claims of minor burns and 13 claims of minor property damage.
The rate of US credit card payments at least 90 days overdue fell to its lowest level in at least seven years, according to TransUnion.
Ann Taylor has hired JPMorgan Chase to explore strategic alternatives, sources said.
Mortgage rates are the wild card as the housing recovery enters the fall season, with buyers sensitive to the slightest moves.
Brazilian markets are bullish on the surge of a candidate who could take the presidency in October's election.
Shoe retailer DSW seems to have turned things around and its stock will likely march higher, says CNBC's Jim Cramer.
After corn prices reached a high during a drought two years ago, U.S. farmers are set this year for a record harvest.
Borrowing costs across Europe slid further this week, amid raised hopes of a Fed-style easing program to boost the euro zone.