Top Business Stories from the U.S.
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Facebook is in advanced talks to acquire Israeli mobile satellite navigation start-up Waze for $800 million to $1 billion, business daily Calcalist reported on Thursday.
David Einhorn had some blunt advice on Wednesday for his fellow investors: Do your own homework.
Japan's Sony posted a net profit of 43 billion yen for the year ended March 31, 2013.
Days after reporting deep losses, hedge fund billionaire John Paulson said investors should stick with managers for the long term.
China's annual consumer inflation rose by more than expected in April while factory prices fell for a 14th consecutive month.
Reinhart and Rogoff published an errata to their infamous 2010 paper, acknowledging further errors in the figures, the FT reports.
Analysts tell CNBC the measures taken by Beijing will do little to derail a strengthening Chinese currency.
The gap between how much oil the U.S. produces and how much it imports is narrowing fast.
South Korea's central bank cut interest rates for the first time in seven months on Thursday, confounding the expectations of most market analysts.
Japan will be consumed by a debt crisis surpassing the U.S. subprime crash, a leading U.S.-based hedge fund manager has warned. The Financial Times reports.
For a market that got pumped up because a so-so monthly jobs report wasn't a disaster, Thursday's jobless claims will be big.
The mobile-computing revolution is bad news for the hard drive business, Jim Chanos warns.
Groupon shares rose sharply after-hours after the daily deals site delivered a strong beat on revenue.
JPMorgan faces possible action by regulators due to a confidential document finding evidence of manipulated trading.
Microsoft on Wednesday named Amy Hood, head of finance of its Office division, as its new chief financial officer.
Electric-car manufacturer Tesla reported its first quarterly profit, beating expectations. Shares surged after-hours.
Levi Strauss and the 49ers reached a $220 Million, 20-year naming rights deal for the team's future stadium.
Starbucks and Green Mountain Coffee Roasters announced that they've inked a new agreement to expand their partnership.
Activision Blizzard warned investors that it expects a challenging second-half of the year. Shares tumbled.
Massive liquidity, an ongoing search for yield, modestly higher corporate earnings, heavy stock buybacks, and the Fed's bond-buying program is fueling stocks to new highs.