Top Business Stories from the U.S.
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U.S. small business optimism rose to a one year-high in May, a hopeful sign for an economy that has hit a soft patch.
More employers in the U.S. plan to hire workers next quarter, a survey by Manpower Group found.
It's becoming easier to set up a modest trust fund online. But sorting out the plusses and minuses is tricky.
The U.S. Senate is about to open voting on landmark immigration legislation.
Fruit and fresh vegetable distributor Dole Food said it received an unsolicited buyout offer from CEO David Murdock.
Experts say banks aid in giving dubious merchants access to the financial system, allowing them to prey on seniors.
If Carlos Slim frets about new telecom legislation in Mexico, he isn't showing it.
David Bloom, global head of foreign exchange strategy at HSBC explains to CNBC why he has changed his call on the US dollar.
Live from Istanbul, Turkey, riot police move into Taksim Square to remove protestors and those occupying the square.
Sony unveiled its next generation console priced at $399 on Monday, undercutting its rival Xbox.
After a month of Japanese market volatility, the Bank of Japan's inaction on Tuesday came as a letdown to investors.
Global shale resources are vast enough to cover a decade of oil usage according to the U.S. Department of Energy, the FT reports.
A decade after the Toyota Prius became the first hybrid to get large numbers of buyers, sales of the car need a charge.
The Bank of Japan on Tuesday kept monetary policy steady and revised up its assessment of the economy.
The yen's rebound against the U.S. dollar in the past three weeks has some questioning whether the trade has now run its course.
Japan's SoftBank said on Tuesday that it has agreed with Sprint Nextel to raise its offer to $21.6 billion.
Stock traders have their eyes on the bond market this week, as interest rates continue to adjust higher.
Jason Furman, a longtime adviser, will oversee an agency with wide influence over economic policy.
EA showed off 11 games at its pre-E3 event, with a new "Battlefield" and a vow to put "NBA Live" back in the game.
The American Dream now means a part-time job and renting an apartment.