Top Business Stories from the U.S.
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The rate drop below 4 percent for a 30-year fixed mortgage could give the housing market a psychological boost.
JPMorgan Chase surprised Wall Street when the bank's third-quarter earnings appeared much earlier than expected.
Using record low interest rates, City National is among a handful of banks aggressively trying to convert techies into clients.
After disputing a Newsweek story linking him to bitcoin, Nakamoto has started a legal defense fund, Engadget reported.
Recycling shipping containers presents a unique opportunity for developers of environmentally friendly, sustainable real estate.
If scary markets frighten you as much as scary movies, then you might want to keep your hands over your eyes for a while longer.
If past behavior is any indication, Tuesday's market rally may be only the beginning.
Chrysler said an electrical short circuit may occur in certain 2014-model Dodge Durango and Jeep Grand Cherokee SUVs.
There's a lot of chatter about a possible QE4 but Ron Insana says, nope! Here's what the Fed is more likely to do.
The well-known bond fund manager also said the day of Alibaba's IPO probably marked a top for stocks for the year.
A New York state judge ordered producer of Arizona iced tea to pay $1 billion to co-owner and son in order to buy out the company.
Former Merck analyst charged by SEC for a tip about the company's takeover of Idenix Pharmaceuticals.
A lack of water is making some pumpkin farmers feel they are at the end of their rope when it comes to growing the crop.
A big indicator of the market's direction on Tuesday will be whether this stock can hold onto its gains, says CNBC's Jim Cramer.
The "Fast Money" traders explain where they see the market going.
Wall Street professionals described Pimco as a firm that exulted in its size and power. FT reports.
Google Express service will serve three new cities—Chicago, Boston and Washington—and add to the available stores.
Intel will report earnings after the bell Tuesday. Here's a preview.
It's been a gut-wrenching few weeks for the market, but some market experts say the selling may not be over.
Mark Zuckerberg donated $25 million to Center for Disease Control.