Top Business Stories from the U.S.
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Wal-Mart mistakenly lists Lin plush-doll as Anthony, and misspells the latter's name
A FedEx truck overturned in New Jersey on Monday, spilling packages on to a roadway.
Jim Cramer wonders, if things are really so bad, then why are so many things going right?
The Russian central bank raised the rate by 100 basis points to 10 percent last week in an effort to stem a run on its currency.
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Seattle police searched for explosives at Amazon.com's headquarters following a threatening letter, but found nothing, authorities said.
Parts of Zurich airport were closed on Monday evening after it received an unspecified threat.
Instead of avoiding a government shutdown, Congress should put wasteful programs on the chopping block, says former Rep. Ron Paul.
A typically jolly time for U.S. stocks has been anything but, with equities unlikely to rise until oil stabilizes.
The "Fast Money" traders give 4 ways to play fizzling IPOs.
Next Keyboard is a third party app that seeks to create the most user-friendly keyboard for the Apple iPhone.
Shippers and the union involved in the contract talks at West Coast ports said progress is slow but steady.
"Cookie Jam" is among the top grossing games on iOS and Android and was named Facebook's game of the year. Next: China.
Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott addressed the public in the wake of a siege in a Sydney cafe that turned deadly.
Washington is scrutinizing the "blackout rule" that restricts broadcasts for NFL games that fail to sell out.
Coca-Cola Co on Monday said earnings-per-share growth this quarter would be flat to slightly positive on a constant currency basis.
Crude extended last week's rout as oil prices tumbled to fresh 5-1/2 year lows.
Popular parody Twitter Faux Pelini finds itself without anyone to make fun after Bo Pelini is fired.
A new method uses quantum physics to make ID cards, passports or any other document impossible to forge, researchers say.
A $1.3 billion study that was supposed to track the health of 100,000 kids has been shut down.