Top Business Stories from the U.S.
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Vermont-based Keurig Green Mountain will move most of its U.S. coffee buying operation to Switzerland, following rivals who have already moved.
Some of the nation's top oil states are showing early signs of a slowdown as a result of the plunge in crude prices.
Rats have been sighted at the company's new World Trade Center office, according to a report from the New York Post.
Nut rage imploded the career of a Korean Air Lines exec. Now South Korean retailers are experiencing the upside: a boom in sales of macadamias.
Australian police locked down the center of Sydney after an armed man took hostages, igniting fears of a jihadist attack.
The CEO of Bob Evans Farms is stepping down after more than eight years in the post by mutual agreement with the company.
A top hedge fund manager is worried about what the continued low price of oil could mean for the global economy.
The Afghanistan war has cost the U.S. taxpayer nearly $1 trillion and billions more is at stake after involvement officially ends this month.
Fed officials will decide this week whether to make a critical change to their policy statement that would widen the door for interest rate hikes.
Stocks in the Middle East suffered some of their worst losses for years Sunday in a reaction to a further drop in oil prices.
Russia is among the worst hit by oil's decline, but government finances may stay an even keel. Its corporate debt may not be so lucky.
The New South Wales Police has tweeted that the Sydney Siege is over. Here is the timeline of the past 16 hours that have gripped Australia and the world.
PetSmart was bought out by private equity firm BC Partners in an $8.7 billion deal.
December tax-related selling creates some short-term pain, but may create longer term opportunities.
A script of the latest James Bond film may have been stolen, according to a report.
DDR CEO Dan Hurwitz said too much blame gets put on what the store looks like, when often what's inside is the problem.
The woman who created a private equity empire has declared a mission: to keep jobs in the U.S.
Auto recalls are adding momentum to a broad industry shift away from conventional ignition switches.
Innovation in a new way to pay, called tokenization, may help counter the damage from retail database breaches.
Why do stock markets tend to fall after long school breaks? Because investors need to catch up on all the bad news they missed while on vacation.