Top Business Stories from the U.S.
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Employers offering plusher health benefits to higher-ups may be fined $100 a day for each worker who doesn't get the perk.
The CEO of Huawei Technologies defended the Chinese firm's stand on U.S. cybersecurity for the first time on Thursday.
Blackstone co-founder Steve Schwarzman talked to CNBC about why he's starting a $300 million scholarship program in China.
Production of Wrigley's 'Alert' gum has been halted while the FDA investigates the safety of caffeine-added foods.
Jim Cramer says these four stocks are dangerous for short sellers.
The Dow is up 20 percent since Nov. 15, but 12 stocks kicked out of the index are up an average of 30 percent.
Unmanageable debt, the consumer watchdog unit said, may harm recovering markets as it drags down borrowers' lives.
Wasendorf Jr., Son of embezzlement convict who went to prison for stealing money from clients is trying to start over.
U.S. wholesale inventories rose in March, but wholesale sales posted the biggest fall in four years.
A number of top U.S. retailers reported disappointing April sales as consumers gravitated toward discount chains.
Former head of insurance giant AIG tells CNBC about building the company into the mammoth global player that it became.
After Bangladesh, some retailers are revealing information about how their products were made. The NYT reports.
Despite the "London Whale," JPM Chairman and CEO Jamie Dimon should keep both roles, a management expert tells CNBC.
Some borrowers who were wrongfully foreclosed on will get more money, the Federal Reserve said.
Drug patent expirations resulted in less spending on medicines in the U.S. for the first time in at least 55 years.
The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits dropped to its lowest level in nearly 5-1/2 years.
Barnes & Noble stock surged after a report that Microsoft is considering buying all of Nook Media's digital assets.
Hardware startups are on the rise and getting some serious attention from venture capitalists.
You know the prom is expensive—but that's just the start.
Some liberals are planning to withhold ads from Facebook because of actions by an advocacy group created by Zuckerberg.