Top Business Stories from the U.S.
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Check out which companies are making headlines after the bell Tuesday: American Apparel, Darden & more.
"Considerable time" may be on its way out. But the Fed needs to be careful not to send signals to the market it will take back later.
A painful and infectious virus is making its rounds among professional hockey players—but why now?
BMW plans to unveil a smart watch-controlled automated parking system next month at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
At the end of the 2016 season, Sprint will not continue the title sponsorship for the Nascar Sprint Cup Series.
A Battery Park City sailing school may lose its lease, The New York Times reports.
LG Electronics will release next-generation televisions during the first half of 2015, according to a company statement.
General Electric offered on Tuesday conservative full-year earnings-per-share guidance that came in at the low end of analysts' expectations.
American Apparel appointed veteran fashion executive Paula Schneider as CEO, effective Jan. 5.
There is a sense of panic in Russia, a former U.S. ambassador to Russia said. Here's what he thinks President Putin might do.
A few tweaks to the URL of a Delta boarding pass online allowed passengers to look up others' flight plans and sensitive information.
Behind the massive, blindly fast moves on the market's widely watched fear gauge.
Thiel is considering a multimillion dollar stake in a private equity firm that's investing in the cannabis space, a source said.
As ex-Yankee Jorge Posada sues his advisors for fraud, advisor Ed Butowsky says many athletes lack financial literacy.
T-Mobile's plan to allow customers to roll over unused data attacks an infuriating aspect of wireless plans, CEO John Legere said.
U.S. oil prices rallied at midday on Tuesday on a mix of profit-taking and positioning ahead of WTI options expiry.
Bradley Birkenfeld, who was paid $104 million for information he provided, wants to leave the U.S. now. Why he can't.
Those who fell for Cards Against Humanity's Black Friday promotion, received exactly what they paid for: literal cow droppings.
Apple stopped product sales in the troubled country Tuesday "due to extreme fluctuations in the value of the ruble."
Russia's troubles mean billions are being lopped off the fortunes of Russia's richest. Who's taking the biggest hit?