Top Business Stories from the U.S.
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It wasn't that long ago that the first $1 million car was news. Now, a two-wheel vehicle is about to hit seven figures.
The federal government accused one of the largest for-profit education chains of making predatory loans.
As many customers await refunds, H&R Block and Jackson Hewitt are partnering with insurance brokers to help them sign up.
Changes in taxation, our position on the global stage, politics and the impact of baby boomers will help shape the U.S.
Winter's brutal weather may have bouncing off the walls, but in these places, you may never want to go outside again.
Halfway through earnings reports, the scorecard isn't giving investors much reason for optimism.
The Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA) induces foreign institutions to report tax-dodging American companies.
The Fed does not have the authority to regulate bitcoin, Fed Chair Janet Yellen tells a Senate committee.
Here's a preview of Sunday's Academy Awards show—Oscar facts and figures from years gone by.
Military muscle flexing by Russia accentuated risk aversion in global markets on Thursday, with investors once again rushing for safe havens.
Dan Loeb's Third Point hedge fund is stepping up its fight with Sotheby's, nominating three people to the auctioneer's board of directors.
With the market rebounding off the January selloff, traders are taking precautions.
Activist investor Nelson Peltz added more pressure to PepsiCo Thursday in making a case for splitting up the snack and beverage behemoth.
Fed Chair Yellen says harsh weather may have had an impact on economic data, and reiterates that monetary easing is still needed.
Tesla needs to "smash" the electrical grid to justify trading at its currently soaring prices, CNBC's Jim Cramer says.
Recently, the University of Maryland lost student data from a cyberattack.
Azodicarbonamide, a bleaching agent used to make plastic products, is in hundreds of foods, a health advocacy group says.
A report by Swrve showed that in-app purchases come from just 0.15 percent of players for half of free-to-play games.
A 20-ounce soft drink would now be a single serving, under the FDA's major revamp of food labels.
The fight to raise the minimum wage is hitting turbulence. Some diners are now grumbling about tips. NBC News reports.