Top Business Stories from the U.S.
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Get ready for Google music! Search giant inks deal with music labels for subscription music service.
It's an unusual alignment: Rising stock market, rising Treasury yields and a firming dollar. Here's what it might mean.
The delivery of the first jet with a new battery system marks a turning point in Boeing's 787 crisis.
Wal-Mart has announced plans to conduct safety inspections at its factories in Bangladesh and make the findings public.
European authorities have raided offices of Shell, BP and Statoil in a probe of suspected oil-price manipulation.
Rising home prices stand to benefit home-improvement retailers, especially Lowe's, Goldman Sachs said.
The CBO lowered its projection for the 2013 US deficit amid higher taxes and better-than-expected bailout repayments.
Apple's stock took a dive on Tuesday as the rest of the market soared.
The number of women having preventive mastectomies has risen in recent years, but doctors say they have other options.
From boomerang children to aging parents, reality can intrude on retirement planning in unexpected and costly ways.
For the first time, Google CEO Larry Page publicly discussed the root of his voice problems.
The National Transportation Safety Board wants to make it easier for police to charge someone with DUI. NBCNews.com reports.
Shares of genetic test maker rose 4 percent, after Angelina Jolie's testing showed she has a breast cancer gene.
They're different from mortgages in the U.S., but that might not matter much in a housing downturn.
Aereo's founder says the start-up is giving TV viewers the choices they want, and broadcast networks are ignoring consumers.
As the real estate and employment markets improve, people are starting to shed baggage in all its forms.
U.S. REIT returns were more than three times those of the broader equity market in April.
The 5.4 percent earnings yield is considerably below its historical average but nearly triple the 1.9 percent yield of the 10-year Treasury.
President Obama's proposal to forgive billions in student debt will encourage students and parents to continue to make poor choices and embolden colleges to push up tuition.
European finance ministers responded to the U.K.'s announcement it would publish a draft bill on European Union (EU) membership.