Top Business Stories from the U.S.
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Caterpillar Chairman and CEO Doug Oberhelman tells CNBC he's looking for a soft year 2015.
As economic performance and monetary policy diverge, the Federal Reserve will likely hike interest rates slowly, Mohamed El-Erian told CNBC.
Dairy price declines are boosting profit margins for some food companies and raising analyst ratings on related stocks.
The social networking site launched new features allowing users to make video, and send private group messages.
It snowed, but the blizzard was a bust in NYC. The storm's economic impact should be muted, analysts told CNBC.
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Bob Johnson, president of The American College, dissects the decades-old Super Bowl stocks indicator theory.
Storm that was forecast to set all-time snowfall records for the East Coast has turned out to be less severe than feared.
Pfizer reported stronger-than-expected quarterly results as sales of vaccines and cancer drugs increased.
The New York Stock Exchange will open as scheduled on Tuesday, a spokesman said.
P&G CFO Jon Moeller tells CNBC currency fluctuations were the prime headwind in its disappointing earnings.
DuPont says portfolio changes and productivity improvements contributed to an increase in fourth-quarter earnings.
For most of New York and New Jersey, what was supposed to be the Blizzard of 2015 turned into the Bust of the Century instead.
Retired Cuban leader Fidel Castro on Monday appeared to lend his support to talks with the United States.
Facebook suffered a brief outage around the world on Tuesday, with a hacking group called the Lizard Squad claiming responsibility.
Sweden's Ericsson reported weaker-than-expected fourth-quarter earnings due to a drop in investment by telecoms operators in North America.
A cyberterror attack on vital national infrastructure could be imminent—and international governments are ill-prepared, experts warned.
A potentially historic winter storm brought Northeast to a standstill early Tuesday, as tens of millions of people braced for up to 3 feet of snow.
Filing just one $2,000 auto insurance claim could increase your rate by 41 percent, according to a new study.
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