Top Business Stories from the U.S.
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The phrase “Russian oligarch” has become a cliché – but Ukraine’s billionaires have been shoved into the spotlight in their country’s recent turmoil.
Yahoo's Nick D'Aloisio, who was made a millionaire last year while still just 17 years old, says he is not jealous of the billions of dollars splashed on recent technology acquisitions like WhatsApp.
One of the largest publishing companies in Europe is launching a weekly magazine dedicated to Pope Francis, scheduled to hit newsstands Wednesday.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has been nominated for the 2014 Nobel Peace Prize.
Refining company Valero Energy is now seeking to export Canadian crude to its refinery in the UK.
A rare bond default warning from a Chinese firm unsettled markets in Shanghai on Wednesday, but should be seen as a positive sign, analysts say.
IT disasters like cyberattacks and telecommunications outages are global business mangers’ greatest concerns, said a survey published on Wednesday.
Jitters over a crisis in Ukraine appear to have subsided for now, but analysts say political risk in general has become the new norm.
A brutal winter for U.S. airlines is finally expected to warm up and deliver record passenger levels this spring according to the latest forecast.
China has set its gross domestic product (GDP) growth target for 2014 at 7.5 percent, Chinese Premier Li Keqiang said.
The Supreme Court ruled that whistleblower protections apply broadly, saying that employees of subcontractors should also be protected.
The rare coin expert who is helping a Calif. couple sell $10 million in gold pieces they dug up said that there is no way it came from a 1900 heist.
Look for 100 percent increase in shares of financial institutions across the board, analyst Dick Bove said.
The cooperation between the U.S. and Russia in the energy industry is large and so far there has been no business cutbacks.
On Wednesday, Wall Street just might get back to paying attention to U.S. economic reports.
Moelis, an investment bank formed by former UBS bankers, filed with US regulators on to raise up to $100 million in an initial public offering.
On second thought, the University of Chicago won't be having Fabrice Tourre teaching students.
Harold Hamm will not have to give up his stake in Continental Resources in a divorce settlement, according to Forbes.