Top Business Stories from the U.S.
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The "Big 14" maintenance issues that NASA faces occasionally during space station operations is not a life-threatening emergency. NBC news reports.
Air Canada said it will purchase up to 109 of Boeing 737 MAX, a win for the aircraft maker and significant shift in supplier for Canada's carrier.
WeChat now has 272 million global monthly active users, quickly becoming the news source of choice for savvy mobile users in China.
“I don’t think the run is over,” said Jim Cramer
November's retail number due Thursday is important because it is one of the last pieces of major economic data ahead of next week's Fed meeting.
BNSF's Matt Rose will drop his CEO role and become executive chairman at the railroad.
Seven $1 million homes will be featured, all with Main Street addresses. Which have the biggest bang for the buck?
Facebook will join the S&P 500 index as of Dec. 20, the index's operator said Wednesday.
Hilton raised roughly $2.34 billion in its IPO on Wednesday after pricing shares toward the high end of its range.
A congressional budget proposal fails to provide federal funds for those who have run out of state benefits.
Groupon released a video detailing the company's medieval response to Amazon's delivery Octocopter drone.
The U.S. budget deficit narrowed sharply in November from a year earlier, which could further reduce Washington's taste for austerity.
Chicago O'Hare International took a decidedly Zen turn today with the opening of a yoga room in Terminal 3.
Canada Post will end home mail delivery and convert service to community mailboxes instead, the Toronto Star said.
Art Cashin on speculation about what the Federal Reserve will do when it meets next week.
A federal judge said General Motors does not need to pay $450 million to cover medical benefits for retirees.
Mary Barra's success rests on whether she can make GM more competitive, profitable and live up to its potential.
On the fifth anniversary of Bernard Madoff's arrest, the onetime financial luminary remains confident in his version of the facts.
"Capitalistic Russia is only 20 years old," says Kirill Dmitriev. "So it is building institutions."
A report from the Congressional Budget Office shows the richest 40 percent of Americans pay 106 percent of all taxes.