Top Business Stories from the U.S.
Updated: 10 hours 29 min ago
Squawk Box anchors debate Nouriel Roubini's change of sentiment on the markets.
Long running manager of U.K. soccer club Manchester United, Alex Ferguson, is retiring, the club announced on Wednesday.
Standard Chartered said on Wednesday its first quarter operating profit was likely to be slightly lower than a year ago.
Stocks aren't in bubble territory as yet, but a "huge rally in risk assets" over the next two years puts markets in danger.
The bond markets will crash once global central banks stop buying debt, strategist David Roche told CNBC.
Japan's benchmark stock index rose to its highest level in five years on Wednesday, taking its gains this year to just over 35 percent.
Roberto Azevedo, picked to head the World Trade Organization, is in every respect the quintessential Brazilian diplomat.
China's exports rose 14.7 percent in April from a year ago, beating expectations and possibly easing some of the concerns about weakness in the recovery of the economy.
The difference policy stance between the Fed and the ECB will exert a bigger and bigger influence on the forex market pushing the euro/dollar down.
Dysfunction in Washington is one of the biggest drags on the U.S. economy, Treasury Secretary Jack Lew says.
Even the rosiest of forecasters acknowledge growth slowed sharply from the first quarter and yet major U.S. stock indexes continue to climb.
Bank of China has shut the account of North Korea's main foreign exchange bank.
Electronic Arts reported earnings that fell short of analyst expectations but revenue and its outlook topped forecasts.
The Dow finished above 15,000 for the first time ever, and it may keep pushing higher.
Zillow delivered revenue that beat expectations, helped by the US housing-market recovery, and raised its full-year forecast.
Syria's Internet appears to be almost completely shut down, according to the cyber security firm Umbrella.
Whole Foods beat on earnings and raised its full-year forecast, saying store sales had recently accelerated. Shares rose after-hours.
Mondelez beat on earnings and raised its full-year forecast, citing a benefit from a tax item.
JC Penney said it expects a sharp drop in revenue in the first quarter, citing strategies of ousted CEO Ron Johnson.
Disney reported earnings and revenue that beat Wall Street expectations for the latest quarter, on strength in its parks and recreation and studio businesses.