Top Business Stories from the U.S.
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Despite a burst of sales last month, dealers' showrooms and back lots are bursting with inventory.
Twitter faced a heavy dose of skepticism about its prospects going into its IPO, but a month later all it has done is make investors money.
Next year is an election year, with little chance of a big tax increase, or a government shutdown or debt crisis.
Shares of Scripps soared on a news report that Discovery Communications is considering a bid for the cable company.
Two works by the artist Damien Hirst – featuring his trademark multicolored dots - have been stolen from a gallery in London.
Costco reported a first-quarter profit and sales that fell short of analysts' estimates, hurt by a rise in operating expenses.
Lower-middle-income students the highest college loan debt loads, a new study found. Here's how it all breaks down.
The cost of oil is being sent higher by “remarkably persistent” factors on both supply and demand, according to the International Energy Agency (IEA).
There is a clear difference between U.S. and Chinese education, according to pianist Lang Lang - the amount of free time.
With the new year in sight, a number of themes are set to grip Asia in 2014.
Deaths of Chinese laborers raised questions about long working hours and harsh working conditions at manufacturing company, Pegatron. The NYT reports.
HP, which has had a torrid few years, has to focus on innovation to turn around, Whitman told CNBC. But that doesn't mean that traditional desktop computers are "dead."
Most millennial women think gender discrimination exists, but not necessarily in their own workplace, a report finds.
President Obama has suffered serious political damage from the troubled first year of his second term, according to a new poll.
General Motors said it would end vehicle and engine manufacturing in Australia by the end of 2017, dealing a severe blow to the country's auto sector.
During an exclusive interview with CNBC Tuesday night, House Majority Leader Eric Cantor said GOP leadership supports the budget progress.
Bruce Wrobel, who until recently ran Blackstone Group's Sithe Global Power unit, has died.
Bipartisan congressional negotiators unveiled a long-awaited budget framework to fund the government past mid-January.
It's time for bond traders to place their bets on whether the Fed is ready to begin tapering its bond buying program.
Renowned investor Charles Schwab said he expects the Dow Jones Industrial Average to climb to the 20,000 mark.