Top Business Stories from the U.S.
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Apple's cashless transactions service now accounts for two-thirds of all U.S. mobile payments, analyst Will Power tells CNBC.
Of 14 analyst updates on Wal-Mart since its wage hike announcement, not one was positive.
Sales growth from Hispanic consumers significantly outpaced that of Non-Hispanic shoppers across every beauty segment.
Citigroup cut CEO Corbat's pay by about 7 percent in 2014, a year in which the bank's profit nearly halved due to higher legal costs and a slump in bond trading.
The collapse in oil is more of a demand issue than it appears, analyst Stephen Schork tells CNBC.
Some freelance Uber and Lyft drivers want full employee status and benefits, which could have a big impact on the sharing economy.
Analysts have revised down earnings in energy, but strength in other sectors could bubble up this year, Oppenheimer's Alec Young tells CNBC.
The drug that has saved millions from malaria is losing its efficacy. The NYT reports.
A former director of sales for U.S. chipmaker Qualcomm pleaded guilty in San Diego on Thursday to insider trading, officials said.
Forget the rude clips sometimes found of YouTube – it's about to launch a version of its video-streaming website just for kids.
The video-streaming giant will roll out a children-friendly version of its app next week.
Brad Keselowski is the NASCAR star driver with the highest crash rate at Daytona, according to exclusive data analysis by CNBC.
January's fastest growing rental markets included Denver, Kansas City, Nashville, Portland, OR and Charlotte, according to Zillow.
The Oakland Raiders and San Diego Chargers are planning a shared stadium near Los Angeles if both teams fail to get new deals in their hometowns.
One small U.S. company is quietly attracting potential new customers on the back of the Greek economic crisis.
The European Central Bank faces the threat that speculators will swoop in if it does not show unity, Boris Schlossberg tells CNBC.
The central and eastern U.S. prepared for another blast of record-breaking cold, snow and ice after frigid temperatures shattered all-time lows.
The nation's top labor official ratcheted up pressure on the two sides haggling over a new contract for dockworkers at West Coast seaports.
A key week for Greece's economic future drew to a close on Friday with the country facing the very real threat that it's running out of money.
Gemalto said on Friday it was investigating a report U.S. and British spies had hacked its systems.