Top Business Stories from the U.S.
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When the market is flying high, Mad Money host Jim Cramer says go to cash and prepare to buy the next selloff.
The $3.7 trillion US municipal bond market has been stunned by what would have been unthinkable a few months ago: Puerto Rico debt is rallying.
The State Department's inspector general said the department had acted properly in choosing a contractor to review the Keystone XL oil pipeline.
Big Blue is holding a competition for software developers to build apps using the artificial intelligence platform.
Car buyers in America are growing more comfortable with the idea of having a monthly auto loan payment for six years.
Yellen testifies before Congress Thursday and if she stops using the weather as an excuse for a down economy, watch out.
The companies involved were not disclosed, but the events appear similar to those at retailers late last year, a report said.
The Arizona governor has until Saturday to act on a bill that would let businesses refuse service to gays and lesbians.
The electric car maker plans to choose among four states for its new battery plant, which could cost up to $5 billion.
JC Penney reported a quarterly loss that was smaller than expected on Wednesday, but revenue trailed analysts' expectations.
A surge in natural gas prices is playing out in consumers' utility bills this winter.
Investors in Allianz are calling on the insurer to take action amid concerns over the health of its US fund business Pimco.
A San Francisco woman claims she was assaulted and robbed in a bar last Friday because she was wearing Google Glass.
Wednesday's biggest options trade predicts that the party isn't for the automaker.
Art Cashin of UBS Financial Services explains how some economic data kept the stock market afloat.
With alumni running Google, Instagram, and WhatsApp, Stanford teaches persistence and the power of a thick skin.
Josh Lipton talks with former hacking trainer about the Blackphone, a highly encrypted phone made to protect your privacy.
Ivy Zelman, who called the housing boom and bust, blames the new slump on lack of supply but she remains bullish.
An elite group of hedge fund managers once again proved they could literally make billions of dollars in a single year.
A San Francisco gathering of top cybersecurity professionals is underscoring the divide in their community over the NSA.