Top Business Stories from the U.S.
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Why some hedge funds love gleaming office towers, corporate office parks and big box retail stores.
Lululemon said it expects flat same-store sales in the crucial fourth quarter, sending its shares sharply lower.
A weekend snowstorm shouldn't hurt holiday shopping much, the founder consumer products powerhouse Jarden says.
Weekly unemployment claims surged last week, rising 68,000 and blowing past economists' expectations.
"We're growing since the privatization. We've been growing at double-digit rates," said Michael Dell.
"Senator Murray and I decided to focus on common ground," House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan told CNBC.
Republicans "capitulated" in agreeing to the deal reached Tuesday night, David Stockman told CNBC on Wednesday.
NEW YORK-- Buffalo Wild Wings says it's switching from Coke to Pepsi, noting that it also plans to tap into PepsiCo snacks such as Doritos to create new menu offerings. PepsiCo has been working to extend its snacks business through partnerships with restaurant chains.
There's good news and bad news on jobs and retail sales.
In his first peace message, Pope Francis said that huge salaries and bonuses are symptoms of greed and inequality.
China has "substantial evidence" against Qualcomm in an antitrust probe, reported state media on Thursday citing a price regulator's senior official.
If the Fed dials back next year, interest rates could drift higher. The wealthy, who hold most of the stocks, would bear the brunt of the hit.
The possible nomination of Stanley Fischer to the Fed would offer pluses and minuses. The NYT takes a look.
The idea of a cashless society could be one of the greatest threats to freedom in human history, said Signature Bank chairman Scott Shay.
The tech IPO market for 2014 is shaping up to be a big one.
Ford plans to press CEO Alan Mulally for a decision on his future, amid talk he may be offered the job of CEO at Microsoft.
Today's service plans are significantly better than those sold 10 or 15 years ago.
This is your last chance to take advantage of dozens of tax credits and deductions that are going away.
A sign language interpreter accused of gesticulating gibberish at Nelson Mandela's memorial, said he suffered a schizophrenic episode.