Top Business Stories from the U.S.
Updated: 9 hours 36 min ago
The dog fight between major oil producers over reducing output could lead to lower prices yet.
Suggestions QE may go on a U.S. reunion tour have emerged, but don't hold your breath waiting for the Fed to whip out the checkbook, analysts said.
As world markets tumble and the euro zone crisis seemingly reared its head once more, investors have scrambled to find somewhere safe to house their cash.
Jimmy Choo, the luxury shoemaker, has raised 140p per share in an IPO on the London Stock Exchange valuing it at £545.6 million ($877 million).
Goldman Sachs is in discussions to acquire IndexIQ, an exchange-traded fund provider, according to three sources familiar with the situation.
Airline Virgin Australia has coughed up a whopping one Australian dollar to buy the 40 percent of Tiger Australia it didn't already own.
President Obama said that he might appoint an "Ebola czar" to manage the government's response to the deadly virus. The New York Times reports.
Jim Cramer takes a look at why the market rallied on Thursday and warns investors that it may be a temporary bounce
Neil Young credits Steve Jobs with popularizing digital music. He now aims to take the next giant step forward -- by going back.
Carson Block, founder of Muddy Waters, is seriously thinking about starting a hedge fund firm.
Wells Fargo is closing down its alternative trading system, or "dark pool," due to decreased customer demand.
Steve Grasso still likes Google despite an earnings miss.
Karen Finerman says she sees opportunity in stocks at these levels.
Perhaps Janet Yellen can pass on some of her wisdom to Dr. Tom Frieden.
Markets are seeking another handout from the Fed, so whatever Fed Chair Janet Yellen says Friday will be a big deal.
A top health official said an Ebola epidemic in the U.S. won't happen unless the virus mutates.
Former hedge fund manager Steve Cohen's Point72 Asset Management, has generated a gross profit of about $1.8 billion so far in 2014.
Blankfein explained that he thinks the Fed's cautious strategy has proven to be the right one.
Check out which companies are making headlines after the bell Thursday: Google, SanDisk, Xilinx & more.
The events of this past week have shaken the confidence of many investors, but not all of them.