Top Business Stories from the U.S.
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While companies and investors grumble about corporate taxes, many pay nowhere near the highest rates. USA Today reports.
A group of California farm workers voted on whether to kick out the United Farm Workers. That was last November.
The owner inherited it from her great-great-grandmother, who ran a boarding house where the team lived in 1871-72, PBS said.
An "astounding" decline in the theme park's operating performance is beyond CNBC's Jim Cramer.
As the battle rages on in Iraq, a US ally and NATO member is allegedy supporting Islamic State fighters, says ex-State Dept. adviser David Phillips.
A record-setting rainfall brought down trees, forced some families to evacuate their homes and flooded major roads and highways. NYT reports.
More companies are planning to offer lower-cost, high-deductible health insurance plan options in 2015, according to a new survey.
U.S. business inventories rose, but modest gains at non-automobile retailers suggested second quarter growth could be revised down.
Ukrainian calls Russian aid convoy act of "cynicism" as country's interior minister said it would not be allowed in.
The broker-dealer lending model may exacerbate strains in times of turmoil, Boston Fed president Eric Rosengren says.
The short-term U.S. wholesale funding market remains vulnerable to runs and other crisis-era risks, an influential Federal Reserve official said.
Some analysts say that Target should cut its losses in Canada and either close poorly performing stores or pull out entirely.
Why hasn't D.C. reformed corporate taxation? The answer is simple. It's not a priority. Not for Democrats, Republicans or business.
U.S. retail sales turned flat unexpectedly last month, and raised new growth fears.
Using a mobile banking app to make a deposit may be convenient, but it can delay access to those funds by a week.
Citing the "catastrophic" situation in Iraqi Kurdistan, a French statement said that mobilization "must continue."
The Postal Service needs help from Congress to stop the red ink, Postmaster General Patrick Donahoe tells CNBC.
An Activision Blizzard executive said the company's upcoming "Destiny" game has set a video game industry record as the most pre-ordered new title.
One Chrysler worker's Jeep stalled on a flooded entrance highway ramp and she had to swim to safety.