Top Business Stories from the U.S.
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The average price of a gallon of gasoline in the United States dropped 12 cents in the past three weeks to its lowest point in nearly a year.
Regulators are asking banks for more data on autos financing exposure, as rapid loan growth has prompted officials to seek to better assess the risks.
For many young athletes and their families, the dream of playing college sports is very different from the reality.
BOE Governor Mark Carney told CNBC that recent world events will now play a role in its policy ahead of its November meeting.
Oscar Pistorius is in court to be sentenced for the negligent killing of his girlfriend.
Finland's prime minister suggested on Monday that Apple could be to blame for the demise of its two biggest industries.
Warren Buffett plans to license the Berkshire Hathaway name to estate agencies in Europe and Asia, the FT reports.
One of France's largest banks is teaming up with social network Twitter this week to allow its customers to transfer money via tweets.
City officials informed residents of a Dallas neighborhood that someone who lives nearby had tested positive for Ebola. NBC News reports.
China's exports grew at a much stronger than expected pace in September, while imports also rose, beating expectations of a decline.
U.S. investment firms are readying the first line of exchange-traded funds designed to give American investors access to China's onshore bond market.
Liberia's army has suddenly become a linchpin in the fight against the Ebola virus rampaging through their country, The New York Times reports.
As earnings season kicks off, the bulls are betting that positive corporate results will put an end to the selling.
A health care worker at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital who provided care for the Ebola patient hospitalized there has tested positive for Ebola.
One Harvard Business School grad is determined to revolutionize the world of women's make-up.
Over the past decade, there has been a big shift in the types of debt people carry.
Solar power is expanding its reach in U.S. homes, but utilities are pushing back against what they consider a free-rider problem.
Wall Street is spending more on the midterms than ever before—particularly in support of the GOP.
Add sharing and giving back to working hard, respecting money and learning to save as basic skills children should learn.
The financial derivatives industry has agreed to a change that will end 'too big to fail'.