Top Business Stories from the U.S.
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U.S. housing starts and permits rose in September, a signal the market's recovery is supporting signs of growing strength in the broader economy.
A bankruptcy court judge will issue what the owners of Atlantic City's Trump Taj Mahal Casino Resort consider a life-or-death decision for the casino.
Being free doesn't necessarily make a university more popular – as the latest rankings show.
Amazon’s grocery delivery business is launching in New York City on Friday, the company said.
With oil around $83 a barrel, businesses say lower energy costs will help boost business activity—just in time for the holidays.
Walgreen's former CFO sued the drugstore operator, alleging executives defamed him in news reports that blamed him for errors in its forecast.
Morgan Stanley reported an 87 percent rise earnings as its trading and wealth management businesses benefited from increased client activity.
Boston Fed President Eric Rosengren told CNBC policymakers need time to process what's causing widespread turmoil in the markets.
Billionaire David Einhorn's hedge fund Greenlight Capital plans to raise money for the first time in two years.
QE4 isn't the answer, says Ron Insana. Here are some unconventional monetary policies he thinks the Fed should pursue instead.
GE posted higher quarterly net income on Friday, helped by sales of its jet engines and oil and gas equipment.
Amid the hype of the launch of the latest iPad models, there was one new member of Apple's ecosystem that wasn't mentioned: Apple SIM.
The turmoil in global equity markets this week might have left traders moving to safe havens, but some savvy investors have been loading up on the short side of the trade.
The dog fight between major oil producers over reducing output could lead to lower prices yet.
Suggestions QE may go on a U.S. reunion tour have emerged, but don't hold your breath waiting for the Fed to whip out the checkbook, analysts said.
As world markets tumble and the euro zone crisis seemingly reared its head once more, investors have scrambled to find somewhere safe to house their cash.
Jimmy Choo, the luxury shoemaker, has raised 140p per share in an IPO on the London Stock Exchange valuing it at £545.6 million ($877 million).
Goldman Sachs is in discussions to acquire IndexIQ, an exchange-traded fund provider, according to three sources familiar with the situation.
Airline Virgin Australia has coughed up a whopping one Australian dollar to buy the 40 percent of Tiger Australia it didn't already own.
President Obama said that he might appoint an "Ebola czar" to manage the government's response to the deadly virus. The New York Times reports.