Top Business Stories from the U.S.
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More insurers will sell Obamacare plans on HealthCare.gov for 2015 enrollment than did this year, heartening advocates of the law.
Bill Clinton predicts corporations will someday care less about maximizing profits and more about employees and society.
'Frozen' toy, Snow Glow Elsa, has the task of reviving Jakks Pacific, which has reported losses for the last two years.
Alibaba's high-flying IPO doesn't signal a top for the stock market, pros on CNBC's "Halftime Report" say.
Resentment over wealthy foreigners buying real estate prompted calls for a "mansion tax" in the U.K., but it could hurt the market.
Europe's fight with Google may be more complex than the 16-year battle against Microsoft, the EU says.
CEO Michael Dell speaks to CNBC about tech giant Dell going private, tech valuations and Alibaba's public debut.
Apple spends $200 to $247 in parts and labor to build an iPhone 6, a teardown analysis of the device shows, Re/code reports.
Washington's fight against ISIS may not have enough funding, reports the Fiscal Times.
Burger King and Tim Hortons said their $11.5 billion merger is "moving forward as planned."
Jack Ma struck a populist tone at the Clinton Global Initiative, saying Alibaba will continue to focus on small and mid-sized partners.
Samsung has a bigger problem than Apple, says Michael Yoshikami. Here's what it is.
Birmingham Police spokesman Lieutenant Sean Edwards said the gunman may have been fired recently by UPS.
A record harvest will likely cause financial hardships on grain farmers due to a lack of rail service. Some blame the oil industry.
Madeleine Albright tells CNBC the U.S. has no choice but to be involved in the battle against ISIS and other world crises.
It sure looks like Jeb Bush, a favorite of centrist Republicans, will make a run for president in 2016, says Politico's Ben White.
New app Talko lets users send spoken messages.
The government's own watchdogs tried to hack into HealthCare.gov earlier this year and found what they termed a critical vulnerability.
A U.S. court has shut down Butterfly Labs, a Missouri company the FTC alleges deceptively marketed computers designed to produce bitcoins.
Game designer Chris Roberts has pulled off a crowdfunding coup: $50 million without paying Kickstarter or Indiegogo.