Top Business Stories from the U.S.
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The Twitch deal signals Amazon's aspirations in live entertainment, the largest investor in Twitch tells CNBC.
A Chinese antitrust probe into a Microsoft web browser and media player is the latest of complaints against the firm.
If use a Windows phone, you can finally get access to free Spotify.
The $11 billion merger of the burger joint and doughnut shop needs to be put in context, says CNBC's Jim Cramer.
Believe it or not people are actually censoring themselves online.
Walt Disney has filed for three drone-related patents proposing drone-powered air shows at parks.
Jefferies is backing a former SAC executive despite its own struggle with insider trading at an internal hedge fund.
Goldman Sachs and Asian tech name, Baidu were in the "buy" category, while Netflix XLU were among the stocks to "sell."
DISH said it was worried about "discriminatory data caps" and "restriction of third-party online rights" from the merger.
A key measure of consumer sentiment rose to its highest level since October 2007.
The number of compensation claim applications as the result of a deadly defect GM ignored has reached 100.
Municipal bonds will no longer be part of the easily sellable assets that banks can use to show they are able to survive a credit crunch.
Burger King Worldwide confirmed plans to acquire Tim Hortons, with billionaire Warren Buffett helping to finance the deal.
Home prices in leading U.S. metropolitan regions rose modestly last month, data from S&P/Case-Shiller showed on Tuesday.
The SEC keeps going down the wrong 'accredited investor' path. Being rich is not what makes someone financially smart.
Big ticket U.S. manufactured goods got a big boost from aircraft orders, government data showed.
When one passenger was denied that bit of personal space Sunday, it led to a heated argument and the unscheduled landing of their plane.
A U.S. court on Monday threw out an order to seize some 1 million barrels of disputed Iraqi Kurdish crude oil from a tanker near Texas.
The costs of notebooks and new school clothes are rising. But youth sports costs are rising faster.
What have we learnt from the recent reporting flurry? Societe Generale has put together a list of conclusions to be drawn from this earnings season.