Top Business Stories from the U.S.
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Growing demand for hoppy beer has farmers doubling their plantings as prices rise.
Contrary to what you may have read, Monday's trial is NOT about Donald Sterling's mental capacity, says lawyer Mitchell Epner.
While there are plenty of gadgets to make your Independence Day fun, experts say this year it's all about staying connected.
Retail investors have decided to lighten their load, with equity funds seeing the first outflows since the start of 2014, according to new data.
Apple has hired the sales director of TAG Heuer to help with the launch of its new iWatch, the head of LVMH's watch brands told CNBC.
British Prime Minister's former media chief Andy Coulson was jailed for 18 months for being complicit in phone-hacking by journalists.
YouTube has postponed a plan to block certain record labels from its video platform. The FT reports.
European officials have demanded that Luxembourg hand over documents relating to Amazon's tax affairs.
Following Thursday's ECB rate decision, central bank watchers received an insight into the concerns that still persist for some of its members.
The Supreme Court has sided with religiously affiliated nonprofit groups in a clash between religious freedom and women's rights.
The U.S. urged Argentina to negotiate with holdout investors after U.S. court decisions that pushed the country close to default.
Google will not remove links to stories in Guardian newspaper, showing difficulties it is having implementing the "right to be forgotten" ruling.
You could soon download an app that predicts what medical conditions you're likely to suffer from and how to avoid them.
China's economy may be slowing but the latest Transformers movie has broken Chinese box office records since opening last Friday.
An overpass in Brazil that was part of the World Cup infrastructure plan has collapsed onto vehicles below.
General Motors car owners have been complaining to dealers about defective ignition switches since 1997.
SunTrust will pay as much as $320 million to resolve a criminal probe into its mortgage unit's mismanagement of a federal program.
The FTC certainly did a good job of sensationalizing their story and their news at the expense of both T-Mobile's reputation and mine: T-Mobile CEO.
The American palate demands more excitement than it used to. For beer, that means the hoppier the better.
Amazon is embroiled in a European tax crackdown that has already drawn in Apple, Starbucks and Fiat's financial arm, FT reports.