Top Business Stories from the U.S.
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The U.S. manufacturing industry expanded in August while employment in the sector grew at its fastest pace since March of last year, an industry report showed on Tuesday.
Studies are revealing exponential growth rates for many advisory firms offering more personalized services.
Just as employers replaced pensions with retirement plans, more companies appear to be making a similar cost-sharing shift with health plans.
Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings is acquiring Prestige Cruises International for $3.025 billion in cash and stock.
A new study finds that we prefer robot orders to that of humans.
Public pension funds have major stakes in American firms moving overseas to cut their tax bills. But they are saying little about the strategy.
Dollar General is raising its all-cash bid for Family Dollar Stores to $80 a share, or about $9.1 billion.
President Obama is finding some measure of solace on the domestic front while a number of crises rage abroad.
A witness described ground-shaking explosions in a strike that reportedly targeted al-Shabab's leader in Somalia.
The celebrity photo hack highlights that our faith in Internet security isn't always answered. Here's what we know and what we don't know.
Comment's by President Vladimir Putin that Russia could capture Ukraine's capital Kiev within two weeks were taken out of context.
Investors willing to do extra homework to prepare a shopping list of stocks could reap big rewards from a "buy the dip" strategy.
Jennifer Lawrence has contacted authorities to investigate who stole and posted nude images of her online.
The $2.4 billion Revel Casino Hotel went out with a whimper Tuesday as its casino closed a day after the hotel checked out its last guest.
Top political risk experts and economists identify the regions that pose some of biggest geopolitical risks to the world economy in months to come.
Goldman Sachs made a $835m loan to Banco Espírito Santo a month before the lender was bailed out. The FT reports.
Banks are sounding the alarm about a proposed global rule aimed at forcing them to fund themselves more safely, the FT reports.
Former U.S. House Majority Leader Eric Cantor will join investment bank Moelis & Co as vice chairman and managing director, the company said.
Argentina is only one of several countries whose shaky finances leave them on the brink of being unable to repay their obligations.
Washington is facing international pressure to ease its ban on crude oil exports, with South Korea and Mexico joining the European Union.