Top Business Stories from the U.S.
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There's been a huge upheaval in the media landscape. BuzzFeed's Jon Steinberg weighs in on what the future will look like.
Morgan Stanley is the latest U.S. bank probed for its hiring practices in China, according to a report.
Gusts are just below the 23 mph limit that would ground the giant balloons in in Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade.
Applications for U.S. home loans dropped for a fourth straight week.
Falling gas prices are shaping up as an unexpected gift for drivers—and for people on their holiday shopping lists.
Mobile app downloads are going to surge this holiday season, meaning big bucks for some app makers.
Private equity groups are holding more cash for acquisitions than they had at the height of the leveraged buyout boom. The FT reports.
A massive storm is threatening to snarl Thanksgiving travel up and down the East Coast, and could cost airlines a pretty penny in the process.
The Fed was pressing JPMorgan Chase & Co to distance itself from its metals warehousing business more than a year ago.
A judge ordered HP to defend a class action suit that claims they knew statements about Autonomy were misleading.
The fallout from the subprime mortgage crisis continues to plague U.S. banks, according to Standard and Poor's.
The IMF is pushing to impose up front losses on bondholders the next time a country in the euro area requests a bailout. The New York Times reports.
Germany’s two most popular parties formed a “grand coalition”, in a move that could determine how quickly the euro zone’s problems will be solved.
A sharp rise in U.S. Treasury yields should act as a reminder to the Federal Reserve not to ignore developments in the bond market, one market analyst says.
Goldman Sachs is most bullish on Japanese and European equities in 2014, according to its latest allocation report, maintaining an overweight rating on both markets.
Who needs a White Christmas when you can have an Apple Christmas?
Christmas may be the season for giving, but it also the season for scamming, according to internet security firm McAfee.
Twitter and Facebook are trying to use their unique features to draw in companies such as REI and Best Buy.
In the case of these 5 stocks, Jim Cramer doesn’t think smart money deserves to be called 'smart.'
They may not celebrate Thanksgiving abroad, but global consumers are coming to know what the day after means.