Top Business Stories from the U.S.
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Savvy investors plan to spend 2014 bonuses, according to an E*Trade survey, but only some have really earned the right.
The hacking attack on Sony may have been a practice run for North Korea's elite cyberarmy to try to cripple telecoms and energy grids.
Thai Union Frozen Products agreed to buy Bumble Bee Seafoods for $1.5 billion as part of a plan to double revenue through overseas acquisitions.
A judge said he's leaning toward tossing out guilty pleas in an insider-trading case, the latest fallout from a court ruling criticizing prosecutors' tactics.
The IPO business: This year was huge for IPOs, and 2015 may be even better.
Internet giant Google has accused a Hollywood trade association of reviving a campaign to "censor" the internet.
With players like IAG, the Irish government, and Ryanair this could be one of the more entertaining bid battles of recent time.
Bankers unhappy with their Christmas bonuses could fuel a surge in legal cases bought against their employers, a law firm warned.
Consumers are demanding more from their smartphones, but retailers' mobile apps aren't delivering, according to a survey.
Christmas in Germany will be that little bit merrier this year as business and consumer confidence rises.
Google is planning to build Android directly into cars, allowing drivers to use the Internet without plugging in smartphones.
EBay Chief Executive John Donahoe will get an exit package worth an estimated $23 million after the company splits from PayPal next year.
Shares of electric car maker BYD rebounded on Friday, after management sought to reassure investors that operations were continuing as normal.
The global IPO market was on a roll this year, as companies took advantage of the rising stock market and strong investor appetite.
Hellman's mayonnaise maker Unilever says that it has withdrawn its lawsuit against the maker of "Just Mayo."
Is this breakout story on your radar? "Mad Money" host Jim Cramer is about to put it there.
Jim Cramer does not want interest rates to rise right now, and lays out the significant repercussions on the globe if they do go up.
Resurgence in gold demand from China and India, the world's biggest consumers, is set to restore some shine to the yellow metal in 2015.
Jim Cramer is seeing some good signs in the economy right now. Could they be the perfect ingredients for a Santa Claus rally?
The FS-ISAC ensures that cyberattacks like that suffered by Sony do not hit banks.