Top Business Stories from the U.S.
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Ocwen Financial's executive chairman will step down as part of a settlement with New York's financial regulator, the Wall Street Journal reported.
The average price of a gasoline in the U.S. fell 25 cents in the past two weeks, tumbling to its lowest level in more than five-and-a-half years.
Lashing rains, high winds and thunderstorms look set to mess up holiday travel plans for millions of Americans this week.
Dish Network subscribers were unable to watch Fox News and Fox Business Network when the channels were taken down as part of contract negotiations.
Russia's MICEX Index looks cheap compared to Apple, Paul Gambles, managing partner at MBMG Group, told CNBC.
This country's middle class is making its mark. Here's how investors are tapping in.
A flurry of acquisitions of coal assets by Japanese firms signals that some trading houses are betting the coal market is bottoming out.
In 2014, defensive stocks have been king. Will that trend turn around in the new year?
Cuba is filled with cars that many collectors may find in surprisingly good shape.
A day after two officers were fatally shot, Mayor Bill de Blasio faces the challenge of reassuring the city while navigating a rift with the NYPD.
The U.S. dollar's surge has presented opportunities for Americans to jet off to more exotic places.
A Milken Institute report finds the top 10 cities in which to age successfully lie outside the expected Sun Belt states.
What do T. Boone Pickens, a former NYMEX chief and a food truck have in common? A lot more than you might think.
Will Americans be rushing back to Cuba in the wake of the most significant thaw in decades? Not quite, one expert says.
Obama administration seeks China's help in blocking North Korea's ability to launch cyberattacks, the New York Times reports.
United Arab Emirates oil minister calls on producers not to raise their oil output as this would quickly stabilize prices.
Cuban president Raúl Castro thanked President Obama for“ a new chapter” but reaffirmed that restored relations did not mean the end of Communism.
Silicon Valley has a diversity problem, and Hank Williams has put himself on a crusade to address it.
Although fears that technology will displace jobs are at least as old as the Luddites, there are signs that this time may really be different.
Disney's animated hit "Frozen" is still breaking records, but in a cooler way.