Top Business Stories from the U.S.
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A merger of Reynolds American and Lorillard would have big domestic benefits. It could also spark more deals overseas.
The case could set parameters on whether parents have to pay their children's college costs after they have left home.
Overstock.com has sold over $1 million in product to bitcoin users since the site started accepting currency this year.
Expecting another Puerto Rico to happen? Don't. Here's why.
Former Sen. Alan Simpson has a dire prediction when it comes to the national debt.
A group of villagers claimed that Chevron's Texaco was responsible for polluting an oil field in northeastern Ecuador from 1964 to 1992.
Two of the leading billionaire counters came up with wildly different counts for Chinese billionaires. What gives?
Thom Jensen, a lab technician who has created a new way to prepare bacon, shares his Perfect Bacon Bowl story.
Credit Suisse upgraded the retailer to "outperform" from "neutral," citing the fact that it will lower prices.
RadioShack said it will close up to 1,100 U.S. stores after a huge drop in sales during the holidays.
Some American women say it's still difficult to gain a seat in corporate boardrooms. The numbers bear them out.
As RadioShack announced that it would shutter 1,100 stores, investor Kevin O'Leary turned his sights on the retailer.
Homeowners are cashing in on the huge demand for hotel rooms during SXSW by renting out their homes for a premium.
Be wary of anyone talking "front-runners" on the GOP side for 2016. It is still too early, POLITICO's Ben White says.
President Obama proposed new tax credits and job-training programs in a 2015 budget that highlights stark differences with Republicans.
"(The) Russian government ... has chosen aggression and intimidation as a first resort," Kerry said in a news conference in Ukraine's capital.
General Electric CEO Jeff Immelt purchased $2.6 million of the conglomerate's shares.
Time is money. Max out your Social Security distribution.
Argo Tea is trying to stay competitive against Starbucks' Teavana. Here's how the company plans to combat the coffee giant.
BP plans to separate its onshore U.S. assets into a new wholly owned business to improve the competitiveness of its shale gas portfolio there.