Top Business Stories from the U.S.
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One of Wall Street's longest booms in 85 years may be nearing its end. The Christian Science Monitor reports.
"If you find any treasure, let me know!", a French homeowner joked to hired workers. Shame they didn't her!
Rodkin had said ConAgra had underestimated the issues it inherited by buying Ralcorp, which had just started to restructure.
The average driver pays $2,223 annually to operate a car, according to a Bankrate.com report.
New prime minister Haider al-Abadi called on Iraqis to unite against the "barbaric" campaign waged by Islamic State militants.
Don't expect much more than two more years of "above-trend growth" in the U.S. economy, one market pro warns.
The move to directly aid the Kurds underscores the level of U.S. concern about the ISIS militants' gains in the north.
The upscale retailer Barneys has agreed to pay $525,000 to settle allegations of racial profiling at its Madison Avenue flagship store.
Microsoft has released a 19 euro ($25) ultra-low-cost phone in an aggressive push to capture more sales in the emerging markets.
With the need for renewable energy sources pressing, buildings must be green. We look at 10 of the world's most sustainable.
The mortgage crisis was launched in part by lenders offering credit to those they probably shouldn't, the Fiscal Times reports.
The great grandson of Anna Short Harrington, the woman who became "Aunt Jemima," has filed a class action lawsuit to try to obtain royalties.
Marc Faber believes markets have recovered from a "fully oversold" condition, but warned new highs in equities were unlikely.
Yahoo needs people to use its search engine so badly that it's willing to reward them for doing so.
Consumer discounts on refurbished products can be steep compared with hot-off-the-line new products, especially for home appliances.
David S. Weinsten, a former state and federal prosecutor in Miami who is now in private practice, said it would be difficult to prove criminal intent.
John McAfee made a surprise appearance at a hackers' conference, where he unveiled a new website to give people a place online to vent their anger.
The California Public Employee Retirement System is considering changes to its portfolio as it attempts to stay away from riskier investments.
GM has lost its bid to dismiss a suit accusing the automaker of concealing evidence about a faulty ignition switch.
Hillary Clinton now says President Obama's foreign policy slogan "'Don't do stupid stuff' is not an organizing principle."