Top Business Stories from the U.S.
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Some big news this week, including Russia and North Korea. Did any change the game for the market? NYSE floor trader Kenny Polcari weighs in.
Combined new and used auto sales are likely to rise 8.3 percent to $1.1 trillion this year, according to TrueCar.
Some commercially produced caramel apples may have caused an outbreak of food poisoning linked to five deaths.
A small maker of exercise equipment ended up moving its product by air because of shipping problems on the West Coast, nearly wiping out its profit.
L.L.Bean has seen such a surge in demand for its iconic "Bean" boot, that it's had to double its manufacturing capacity.
A study shows that students at a Manhattan charter school progressed more quickly than similar children attending city schools.
Oil rig count numbers have a long way to drop, late to chase the price fall in gas prices.
Dreams of an AOL-Yahoo merger haven't vanished, but investors will need to wait for a series of events to unfold.
Rand Paul disagrees with his Republican colleague Marco Rubio over the administration's easing of relations with Cuba—pretty vehemently, in fact.
So you missed the holiday deadline for free standard shipping. Oops. Try these last-minute gifting strategies.
The National Labor Relations Board issued complaints against McDonald's franchisees and McDonald's USA, their franchisor, as joint employers.
Tesla opened its first battery-swap station, to help eliminate range anxiety and inconvenience for owners.
U.S. smokers and cigar companies are welcoming the prospect of being able to get their hands on "Cubans" openly.
Washington was transformed in 2014 with an uncertain outlook for the new year. Politico's Ben White offers predictions.
T-Mobile will issue up to $90 million in refunds for billing customers for text services they didn't order under a settlement.
Olympic gold medal swimmer Michael Phelps has pleaded guilty to drunken driving almost three months after he was arrested.
As oil prices hold at lows, gas station stocks may be the best way to play the energy sector right now, analysts said.
The FBI said that an investigation has revealed enough information to confirm North Korea's involvement in the Sony cyberattack.
Optionmonster co-founders Pete and Jon Najarian offer up their fantasy football picks for folks still alive in their playoffs.
Few people in tech have worked harder than Debbie Gross. She's executive assistant to Cisco CEO John Chambers.