Top Business Stories from the U.S.
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Italian designer Roberto Cavalli is in talks to sell a majority stake in his eponymous fashion house to VTB Capital.
"If one of them flares up ... that could create a calamity in the market," the Blackstone exec said, explaining his market worries.
Check out which companies are making headlines after the bell Tuesday: King Digital, Fossil, JDS Uniphase & more.
Obama is loosening restrictions on lobbyists who want to serve on federal advisory boards.
Robin Williams tried to protect his children from estate taxes, but experts say he could have done better by them.
Closer inspection surely would have tipped Taleb off that he was being goaded by a parody account.
Clinton and Obama are scheduled to attend the same event in Martha's Vineyard on Wednesday night, according to Politico.
King Digital Entertainment reported quarterly earnings of 59 cents per share on $594 million in revenue on Tuesday.
Call Peter Schiff a gold-bug perma-bear all you want, but he must be doing something right.
Joe LaVorgna of Deutsche Bank warns that the Fed will raise rates without worrying about the market's reaction.
The sale of the Los Angeles Clippers, ensnared for months by legal challenges, is finally official.
Stand-up comedian Harrison Greenbaum remembers Robin Williams — and his impact on the comedy business.
The U.S. budget deficit was $95 billion at the end of July, down 3 percent from the same period last year.
The sudden death of popular Hollywood actor Robin Williams has stunned the world and triggered an outpouring of grief and tributes on social media. Here are some tweets in his memory.
Apple may need to offer surprising new features that wow consumers in order to improve its iPad sales.
Consumer Reports now says electric carmaker Tesla Motors Inc's Model S sedan has had "more than its share of problems."
More than half of hiring managers say they have sussed out a lie on a résumé, according to a new survey.
Shots, an app backed by pop star Justin Bieber, is drawing in teen users.
NYC restaurant closings are making people ask if exorbitant rents are to blame and what, if anything, should be done.
Despite critical car reviews and a heavy short interest, it seems Tesla's stock just can't be kept down.