Top Business Stories from the U.S.
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California accused JPMorgan of flooding the courts with lawsuits to collect overdue credit card debt, the NYT reports.
China's fast-growing economy has been forecast to become the world's largest economy as early as 2016, but economists now say this is unlikely to happen.
Steve Eisman, the hedge fund manager, has recommended investors bet against Canada's mortgage lenders and banks.
IMF staff arrived in the UK and are likely to recommend that the chancellor should show more flexibility in deficit reduction, the FT reports.
Large-scale IPOs have hit record levels year-to-date.
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Bond investors can rest easy as there are few signs of debt markets overheating, according to a report by Moody's.
Billionaire investor Carl Icahn is teaming up with Southeastern Asset Management in a proxy battle over Dell, CNBC has learnt.
Family planning officials are examining a Chinese filmmaker that has fathered up to seven children with four women. The New York Times reports.
Is the dollar at 101 yen a sign that domestic investors are looking abroad for higher yields?
Aggressive fiscal and monetary policy and structural reforms are presenting investment opportunities in Japan, Dan Loeb said.
Many of the world's finance chiefs will meet on Friday to discuss if central banks can do more to bolster a global recovery.
Pimco Total Return Fund increased its U.S. Treasurys holdings to the highest in over a year in April.
Cramer said this company 'has no meaningful competition.'
The move in the U.S. dollar bodes poorly for gold, Dennis Gartman says.
Investors will be watching closely for any hints from Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke about his policy outlook.
After almost three years of churning bumper profits from the massive price gap between the world's two most actively traded crude oil contracts: Is the game finally coming to a close?
Colleges are directing financial aid to wealthier students and lower-income students are being bypassed, a study found.
Despite gold prices bouncing off their April lows, investors continue to leave gold for equities.
Priceline.com reported quarterly earnings on Thursday that topped analysts' expectations but issued lower guidance.