Top Business Stories from the U.S.
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The inquiry into alleged manipulation of the currency market now takes in the world’s biggest banks, traders – and now the U.K’s central bank.
Investors are more likely to put money into a business idea pitched by a man than a woman, according to a new study.
It's been three years since the deadly tsunami that ravaged Japan's northeast coast, sparking the biggest nuclear disaster since Chernobyl.
A new bond sale could provide a rare bright spot for cash-squeezed Puerto Rico. The NYT reports.
Big pharma has warned Australia to expand its poppy growing industry amid fears of a supply crunch, the FT reports.
Mt.Gox, received U.S. bankruptcy protection on Monday to temporarily halt U.S. legal action against the Japanese company.
As Japan marked the third anniversary of the tsunami that sparked a nuclear emergency, debate rages as to whether the country should return to nuclear power.
Chobani, the Greek yogurt maker that has grown into a U.S. sensation, is looking to sell a stake that could value the company at around $2.5 billion.
Colorado made roughly $2 million in marijuana taxes in January, state revenue officials reported Monday.
Jim Cramer is willing to go anywhere and do anything to make you money. That includes packing up his TV show and taking it to Louisiana.
Stocks are likely to suffer in the short term, but jumping out of the market is not a smart move, said Jack Bogle.
More client-hungry hedge fund managers are looking to put their investment strategies to work in ETFs, but the move may cost them.
The World Bank said it plans to provide Ukraine up to $3 billion in 2014 to support the country's new government in the midst of its current crisis.
As stock prices find all-time highs, so do earnings.
The weather card may be in play again, and it won't merely be used to shrug off disappointing data on the labor market.
The technology used to track an airplane is more sophisticated than anything you'll find in a consumer device.
Urban Outfitters delivered quarterly earnings that handily topped analysts' expectations on Monday, but revenue came up short.
Maryland's botched Obamacare exchange is being probed by a federal watchdog over use of federal funds to build the marketplace.
Carl Icahn digs in on his criticism of eBay's management.
Turney Duff tells the story of his spectacular rise and fall on Wall Street in his book, “The Buy Side.” In this Q&A, he talks about how life is different now — and his biggest regret.