Top Business Stories from the U.S.
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Apple and Sam Sung have parted ways. CNBC has learned that Sam Sung hasn’t worked at the giant tech company for months.
Russia is training its sights on the resource-rich Arctic.
Art Cashin on the possibility of a year-end Santa Claus rally.
New home sales could surge next year, but buyer demand will be hit head-on by changes reshaping the mortgage business.
The errors that had bedeviled visitors to the site for weeks seemed to have been tamed, applicants said.
S&P revised the outlook on Illinois' A-minus credit rating to developing from negative
CEO Brian Moynihan said the bank faces up to an additional $9 billion in litigation costs beyond its reserves.
From alleged mortgage swindlers to suspected Ponzi schemers, these people have been wanted for at least three years.
Starbucks stock retreated in heavy volume after a report suggested the coffee chain's growth may be losing some steam.
The highest valued corporations with women in charge.
Chip Wilson has resigned as chairman of Lululemon Athletica following an uproar over his comments about customers' bodies.
OPEC has trimmed its crude oil output toward next year's global requirement, the exporter group said on Tuesday.
Tuesday's top travel headlines include JFK Airports's plan to round up snowy owls rather than shoot them.
It took two months, weekly visits to the jammed-up federal website and a half-dozen phone calls, but JoAnn Smith finally got health insurance.
What lies ahead for the booming social media industry in 2014? CNBC.com's social media guru notes three possible game changers.
The loosening of government control over GM could mean big dividends for shareholders, CNBC's Jim Cramer said on Tuesday.
Deutsche Bank's bid to revive its US wealth management unit is off to a rocky start.
If the S&P is what some call "boring," I'll take that any time.
Air travel over Christmas can be less frustrating with the right preparation. How to avoid delays and travel in style.
The world's biggest retailer has tapped David Cheesewright to head Walmart International.