Top Business Stories from the U.S.
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Samsung's Galaxy S5 boasts a variety of new features, but does it have what it takes to prevent users from jumping back on the Apple bandwagon?
The fastest growing messaging application in the world told CNBC they are struggling to break into the world's second largest economy.
Activist investor Carl Icahn and eBay chief executive John Donahoe named a banker at JPMorgan Chase, as the one who ended their ugly battle.
Is this Wall Street' selloff the start of a market correction or just a temporary blip? Tell us what you think.
China's consumer prices rose 2.4 percent in March from the year-ago period, official data showed on Friday, just shy of a Reuters poll for a 2.5 percent increase.
Activists who campaigned for the ouster of Mozilla's CEO over an anti-gay marriage donation he made may have inadvertently opened a Pandora's Box.
Her resignation comes just days after the initial enrollment period for Obamacare ended.
Dennis Gartman of "The Gartman Letter" says he's staying out of stocks for a month or more.
With the Nasdaq leaving no mercy for high-fliers, one analyst is making a big call on Netflix stock.
The Internet bug has made private data on many of the world's major websites vulnerable to theft by hackers.
Amazon.com will buy comiXology for an undisclosed sum to beef up its entertainment content. The deal is expected to close in the second quarter.
Five months after its initial terms were set, a historic settlement between SAC Capital and prosecutors was approved.
Ben Bernanke shot back at one of his most prominent critics in monetary policy circles: India's central bank chief, Raghuram Rajan.
Domestic goddess Martha Stewart brought some baked goods and optimism on a day the stock market was slammed.
DreamWorks may be looking to broaden its business beyond its successful the animated films by making investments online.
A Southern California city council gave the Sriracha hot sauce factory 90 days to vanquish the spicy odors that prompted complaints from residents.
The US budget deficit shrank in March, driven in part by rise of revenue and change in timing of benefit payments.
Jeffrey Gundlach of DoubleLine Capital said he believes there is more deflation in the world than most people appreciate.
It says drivers may continue to use the vehicles, but should contact BMW immediately if they see an engine warning light.