Top Business Stories from the U.S.
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The Interior Department will not be held in contempt over its actions in the aftermath of the Gulf of Mexico oil spill.
Avago Technologies, whose chips are used in Apple's products, will buy LSI Corp for $6.6 billion in cash.
Executives need to decide if they should defer some of their 2014 compensation. Robert Barbetti of J.P. Morgan Private Bank offers some advice.
Pot-related businesses keep springing up, including one that could be called the Yelp of the medical marijuana business.
A group of 13 US Exchanges will update the software they use after the Nasdag outage in August.
Global oil giant Exxon Mobile has turned into a "real winner" over the past few months, CNBC’s Jim Cramer said.
The market took a quick slide in late Sunday trading, only to recover. Why?
Social Security is crucial to retirement planning so advisors are helping retirees pick the right age to claim benefits.
Industrial production surged last month as auto production swung into higher gear, the Federal Reserve said on Monday.
"When I go around to my fellow CEOs, people are frightened about whether you want to invest in the United States," he said.
Presidents at 42 private colleges scaled the $1 million annual mark in total pay and benefits in 2011.
Workers were more productive in the third quarter even as labor costs fell.
The Fed will have its last meeting of 2013 this week, with expectations increasing that the central bank could start to trim its bond-buying program.
The markets should not drive the Fed's taper decision, former Fed Governor Frederic Mishkin tells CNBC.
Federal workers have become an easy target in the hunt for budget savings.
Workers at Amazon.com's German operations were set to go on strike on Monday.
AIG is selling aircraft leasing business to AerCap in a cash-and-stock deal valued at approximately $5.4 billion.
Most hedge funds are standing by their bets and keeping risk on.
I think the Affordable Care Act will improve our health-care coverage dramatically—and reduce our costs, said small-business owner Wally Graff.