Top Business Stories from the U.S.
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The news shook the confidence of investors and analysts, with four key firms downgrading their ratings on the apparel retailer.
Icahn Enterprises' Carl Icahn speaks to "Fast Money Halftime Report" about the great ecosystem at Apple, and why he thinks the company is massively undervalued.
Speaking at the Brookings Institution, Fischer said the Central Bank had identified few areas of concern regarding economic stability.
As the FAA formulates rules regarding use of drones, experts say American farmers are falling behind other countries.
Veteran trader Art Cashin flags a key technical level for the S&P 500 index.
Although airline passenger screening is mandatory, the Coast Guard is not requiring the same measure for those arriving by sea.
Kate Spade's shoppable scaffolding allows consumers to purchase items from the brand before the store opens.
Expectations for this earnings season may be too hopeful, says Michael Farr. Here's why.
Bill Gross said global economic growth is declining, causing central banks to take an aggressive stance unlikely to change soon.
ECB's Draghi said he expects bank lending, a key impediment to growth in the euro zone, to pick up early next year.
Declines suffered by Pepsi and Coke in Mexico stem from tax proposals on sugary drinks.
The Ebola story has played out in the stock market recently largely on the backs of two companies: drugmakers Chimerix and Tekmira.
The Hispanic community will be one-third of the US by 2050. That's a big consumer opportunity.
Apple may announce a larger iPad at next week's event. How will a cross between an iPad and Macbook resonate with consumers?
Kansas independent Senate challenger Greg Orman's complaints of inaction by Congress may sway conservatives to send him to D.C.
The SEC has to figure out what to do with the money it got from SAC's record insider trading fines.
Those with a few million to spare should consider investing in ski chalets, for which prices have risen by nearly 6 percent over the last year.
U.S. wholesale inventories increased 0.7 percent in August, versus expectations for a 0.3 percent gain.
PepsiCo raised its full-year earnings forecast and said snack sales helped its quarterly profit beat expectations, sending its shares higher.
The fear of Ebola is already starting to affect economies, the president of the World Bank said on Thursday.