Top Business Stories from the U.S.
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Demand for Apple's iPad Mini may be waning as more users gravitate toward bigger—and smaller—devices, according to a Slice Intelligence.
Apple said it is aware of the iCloud attacks but servers remain safe, according to Dow Jones.
GM is calling for Michigan Governor Rick Snyder to sign legislation that would ban the direct sale of automobiles in Michigan.
The drought in California is taking a heavy toll on honeybees and beekeepers by reducing honey supplies and threatening crops.
Where many investors saw turmoil in the stock market over the past few weeks, David Einhorn saw opportunity.
Ocwen Financial allegedly backdated thousands of time-sensitive letters to mortgage clients and did not take action to fix the issue despite repeated notices of concern.
Stocks got a boost from a report that the European Central Bank could start buying corporate bonds as early as December.
Twitter’s first mobile developer conference set to take place Wednesday in San Francisco, Re/code reports.
Reside in Florida and like Pandora? You're probably hearing a lot of Rick Scott for Governor ads, if you like country music.
Airbnb has been used in San Francisco for years, but the city's board is expected to vote and approve a law Tuesday.
Is the worst of the market carnage over? Ron Insana looks at what technical indicators are saying.
The corporate jet is increasingly being used to fly further, and that means new types of aircraft are more in demand.
McDonald's "benchmark bad quarter" will likely warrant major changes at the fast food giant, says CNBC's Jim Cramer.
New York Fed failed to head off JPMorgan risks due to over reliance on certain employees that left the agency.
Russia could face budget problems if oil stays at recent lows—especially given a sliding ruble and Crimea-related costs.
The Department of Homeland Security announced that all travelers from West Africa will be funneled through one of five U.S. airports.
CVS Health is developing a new tobacco-free pharmacy network and will charge clients who fill prescriptions at stores that sell tobacco.
The former Fed chair being turned down for a refi should serve as a call-to-action, says the CEO of HomeServices.
These stocks were the poster children for buy-and-hold investing but, with the latest numbers, that reasoning comes into question.
Denver, San Diego, Salt Lake City, Nashville and Portland are fast becoming college grad meccas, reports the New York Times.