Top Business Stories from the U.S.
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Sony cut its sales targets, but said there were "encouraging" signs of a revival in its electronics business.
BlackBerry no longer owns the fast-paced, innovative smartphone world but the company, now aims to run it.
Growing concern in Europe about aggressive tax avoidance by high-profile corporations such as Amazon, Google and Apple looks set to steal the agenda at the European Union summit in Brussels. Julia Chatterley has more from the ground.
Squawk Box Europe debates how you get more women on company boards following Shell's admission that they can't find capable women.
Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke could give the dollar bulls reason to pause, say strategists, ending its rally.
Despite all the negative headlines, Chinese investment in the US hit an all-time record in 2012: $6.5 billion.
Debt-laden businesses make decisions out of desperation. So cut up the credit cards and use these four strategies instead.
The Bank of Japan on Wednesday decided to keep monetary policy on hold, but one board member tried unsuccessfully to loosen the central bank's commitment to achieving its inflation target.
Other countries have long been annoyed by Irish tax laws, but the benefit to the struggling country’s economy means the rules are unlikely to change. The NYT reports.
North America's largest chocolate manufacturer Hershey's is veering away from tradition to bite into the world's fastest growing candy market.
According to this expert the rally in gold over several years was based on a misunderstanding.
The ability to make acquisitions on favorable terms is a testament to Mr. Buffett's personality and skills as a deal maker. The New York Times reports.
Farmers are catching up with crop plantings at a record-setting pace.
We can thank the app economy for cyberattacks aimed at mobile devices, say security experts.
ESPN, the sports channel that is Walt Disney's most profitable unit, is cutting 300 to 400 jobs, a source said.
The Bay Area beat out South Florida, which was making a bid for its 11th NFL championship game, to host the anniversary event.
Top IRS say they were unaware of the agency's targeting of conservative groups for extra tax scrutiny until recently.
Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke is expected to maintain his dovish tone when he speaks to Congress on Wednesday.
Lowe's and Target are just two of the big retailers reporting results this week.
Americans don't like their cable or cell phone service but they really hate their Internet providers.