Top Business Stories from the U.S.
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An app aims to solve an issue for S. Africans looking for traditional marriages: How many cows is she worth? Global Post reports.
"Fast Money" traders looked at plays in exchange-traded funds that would yield gains with choppy currencies.
Hedge fund manager Louis Bacon accused Peter Nygård of orchestrating an "obsessive and malicious" smear campaign against him for 4-1/2 years.
Jim Cramer wants the CEOs of UPS & McDonald's on the chopping block.
NFL investigators indicate that the Patriots used under-inflated footballs in Sunday's AFC championship. NBC News reports.
After aiming his ire at President Barack Obama, anchor Jorge Ramos has shifted his attention to Republicans. The NYT reports.
Next week marks the most important earnings week of the year, and Jim Cramer's ready.
Porn, it would seem, has traded in one set of bedfellows for another.
Mike Huckabee weighs in on the possible move to tax college savings plans and whether he'll run for president.
Greek elections could rattle markets in coming days.
A mechanics union has filed a lawsuit against American Airlines alleging that the company's managers pressured mechanics to breach FAA regulations.
Big changes are coming for the industry this year. Expect mutual funds to jump into the fray, as well as hedge funds.
Mild weather this winter may be just what restaurants ordered, one analyst told CNBC on Friday. Here are his top picks.
Effects of climate change could reduce the world's largest collection of coral reef, an area about the size of Japan, to a sliver.
If 529 plans get taxed, a Roth IRA can be another tax-free option for saving.
Amazon is set to report earnings on Jan. 29, and Fast Money’s Guy Adami says buy the stock now.
Energy tycoon Boone Pickens predicted Friday that oil prices would be back near $70 or $80 a barrel by the fourth quarter of this year.
Information reported that Google is expected to tap networks of Sprint and T-Mobile, Re/code reports.
Law enforcement officials have recovered most of the rare wines stolen from French Laundry restaurant.
Bernard Madoff is insisting he acted alone in his epic fraud, according to new emails from the convicted Ponzi scammer.