Top Business Stories from the U.S.
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Some cutting-edge products are being crowdfunded, including a drone to make GoPro movies and a low-priced 3-D printer.
Coca-Cola is "making steady progress" in North America, CEO Muhtar Kent tells CNBC.
Crowdfunded projects don’t always have the backs of their backers. Follow these simple rules so you don't lose your shirt.
Democrats searching for campaign issues have jumped on inversions, and have offered bills that would curb the deals.
Consumer prices rose in June as the cost of gasoline surged.
Odds are the person driving with the top down is a wealthy baby boomer who probably has a bachelor's degree, or perhaps even a master's or doctorate.
Comcast reported quarterly earnings that beat analysts' expectations on Tuesday.
Fast-casual chain Chipotle Mexican Grill's net income and revenue easily beat Wall Street's expectations on Monday.
They may not be the most desirable client segment now, but advisors need to win over Gen X and Gen Y investors.
Boards have long shunned speaking with investors. Now, they are being pressed to open up. The NYT reports.
CIT Group is buying regional bank OneWest Bank in a $3.4 billion cash-and-stock deal.
If you're wondering who is hitting the corporate tab most, look no further than the finance world.
Two masked thieves stole more than $180,000 from an Atlantic City casino Monday morning, according to multiple media reports.
Apple, once a can't-miss stock, is finding it tough to persuade portfolio managers to come back into the fold.
Rising tensions in Ukraine and the Middle East will continue to feed gold demand, but gold bears warn of the downside risks.
An Israeli soldier is missing in the Gaza Strip and presumed dead, local media quoted the military as saying on Tuesday.
Apple is planning on launching the latest version of its iPhone, with a significantly larger screen according to the WSJ.
Malaysia Airlines' crashes are worrying insurers — their policy is missing a clause that limits insurers' payments.
China manufacturers may have a worrying track record with safety, but a U.S. meat plant is now at the center of the latest food scandal.
In a step forward to overcome bankruptcy, Detroit's retirees and active employees have approved a debt-cutting plan.