Top Business Stories from the U.S.
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Strong sales of certain models at Jeep, Nissan and Subaru were proof that some cars sell even in bad weather.
So far this winter, severe weather has taken a nearly $6 billion toll on passengers, airlines and airports--masFlight,
Carter Worth explains why it's the perfect time to buy BlackBerry.
Blackstone's David Blitzer weighed in on the team he co-owns and other investing topics at a conference Friday.
Employees at Twitter's headquarters in San Francisco will soon get to take their lunch break in 19th century relics.
Some analysts believe sluggish home sales are because of seasonal adjustments that are distorted.
Ratings for the Academy Awards telecast in the nation's biggest television markets are up 7 percent over last year.
Five key lessons for investors offered by Warren Buffett during his three-hour appearance Monday on CNBC's "Squawk Box."
The Walt Disney Company will cut funding to the Boy Scouts of America beginning in 2015 because of it bans gay adult leaders in the organization.
The U.S. Supreme Court agreed to hear a case that could determine whether workers should be paid for time spent waiting for company security checks.
Luxury stocks fell after Russia's invasion of Crimea raised the risk that European governments could impose visa restrictions on Russian shoppers.
Darden Restaurants estimated its third-quarter earnings to be lower than expected, blaming severe winter weather.
Gesture and voice recognition are hot in the gaming market, and Microsoft is trying to fight off competition with Kinect.
US car sales for February fell over last year, but beat expectations.
Last April, Zynga promised shareholders that 2013 would be a "transition year." Soon, we'll start to see the fruits of that labor.
Fear over the standoff on the Crimean peninsula could be a good thing for the value-seeking investor, Jim Cramer said.
What does turmoil in Ukraine mean? It depends on how long it takes to resolve.
U.S. manufacturing growth rebounded off an eight-month low in February, helped by a recovery in new orders.
The effects of climate change, "if any," have not affected the insurance market, billionaire Warren Buffett told CNBC.
Even if it isn't a bubble, the tech sector has had a pretty big run, and caution may be the best investment plan.