Top Business Stories from the U.S.
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Russian Finance Minister Anton Siluanov told CNBC that Russia would consider giving financial help to debt-ridden Greece.
U.S. homeownership dropped to 63.9 percent, its lowest level since 1994, according to the U.S. Commerce Department.
The real competition worth watching is in housing. Seattle and Boston are two of the hottest housing markets. You decide which wins.
CNBC.com took a market-cap weighted basket of burger stocks and found the index had double the returns of the S&P 500.
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen offered an upbeat assessment on the U.S. economy in a meeting with Senate Democrats, according to media reports.
Russia's central bank cut its key interest rate to 15 percent, just one month after a surprise hike, amid calls for a cut to stimulate growth.
After years of giving investors the cold shoulder, Amazon.com is starting to warm up to Wall Street.
The Qatari royal family's application to create a $302 million palace in London has been rejected by Westminster's planning office.
The euro zone slid further into deflation in January, ahead of the launch of the European Central Bank's full-blown bond-buying program.
Gold may struggle to top $1,300 again as tailwinds from central banks on an easing bent have stalled against the Fed's resolve.
“Mad Money” host Jim Cramer reveals which company’s worth banking on.
A judge said she will approve a deal that allows bankrupt Revel Casino Hotel to pay far less in property taxes this year.
CNBC's "Fast Money" traders, like investors in the wider markets, were split on how to play the companies.
Amazon issued earnings of 45 cents a share, smashing Wall Street's expectations of 17 cents.
The fast-casual Mexican grill is growing its fresh and fast model with new restaurant location for Pizzeria Locale.
Jim Cramer wants to prepare investors for the next market nosedive.
Investors should not fear the market, BlackRock President Rob Kapito said. Here's what he'd do.
Analysts had expected the price to fall within a range of $17 to $19 a share, up from the original forecast of $14 to $16 a share.
If you own Indian equities, you’re probably a very happy camper.
Google blamed currency and hardware issues for its revenue miss, but remained optimistic about its core business.