Top Business Stories from the U.S.
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The Hollywood legend who was the face of "Knight Rider" and "Baywatch" will auction off some of his personal items.
China has begun drilling into the Tibetan Plateau to feed its appetite for raw materials, Oilprice.com reports.
The rate at which Americans are starting new businesses declined last year, suggesting more are finding jobs instead.
American Apparel has obtained a capital infusion from FiveT Capital, according to a report.
See what mistakes tax preparers are making and how it impacts your return, USA Today reports.
U.S. wholesale inventories rose in February, but at a slower pace than the prior month.
Treasury Secretary Jack Lew told CNBC the U.S. is leading the global economic recovery, despite still having "a lot of work to do" on the economy.
An Apple-hired damages expert told the jury that the iPhone maker is owed $2.19 billion in damages from Samsung.
Secret consumer scores threaten privacy and fairness. Consumer groups call on regulators to police this new industry.
This medical device maker's pre-announcement was a "severe disappointment," CNBC's Jim Cramer says.
The bond market signals that the sooner the Fed winds down QE the better, investor Barry Sternlicht says.
U.S. Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz declared a green loan program alive and well—and not just for renewable energy.
Given a bond selloff in 2013 and rising rates, advisors caution clients to keep bonds without getting complacent.
A new virus has killed millions of baby pigs in the U.S. The consequence? Bacon prices rising by more than ten percent.
ETFs give investors the ability to make sector and global macro bets, meaning the individual can become their own portfolio manager.
Yikes! Are you about to miss the April 15 deadline? Don't stress.
New laws ease the AMT's bite for many taxpayers, but nearly 4 million Americans will still pay thousands in extra taxes.
The U.S. Secret Service is reassigning some staff and exploring stricter rules on alcohol after agents were sent home after a night of drinking.
The U.S. banking industry has almost completely recovered from the global financial crisis, JPM's Jamie Dimon says.
Foreign profits held overseas by U.S. corporations to avoid taxes at home nearly doubled from 2008 to 2013 to top $2.1 trillion.