Top Business Stories from the U.S.
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For the first time the U.S. has fined an airline for not quickly contacting the families of passengers on a crashed jet.
Polio-like illnesses have left as many as 25 children with paralyzed limbs in California.
Bill Gross tells CNBC why he has problems with a WSJ story about conflict with former CEO Mohamed El-Erian.
"This volatility is unprecedented for this market. This is completely abnormal for these markets," said one pro.
Elliott Management Corp. is getting more aggressive in its bid for Riverbed Technology with a new offer of $21 a share.
Bitcoin suddenly finds itself in a struggle to stay alive, caught in a worst-nightmare scenario of technical snafus.
The stock market has split into two camps right now, CNBC's Jim Cramer said Tuesday. He breaks down the difference between them.
The U.K. has a plan to auction off visas to the overseas rich, with minimum bids starting at $4 million.
Art Cashin of UBS Financial Services looks ahead to what could be a market-moving event later this week.
It's another step in Michelle Obama's campaign against obesity. NBC reports.
Don't count Netflix co-founder Mitch Lowe among the thousands who spent an entire weekend watching "House of Cards."
"This is a pay cut, pure and simple," a Navy veteran says of Chuck Hagel's proposed Defense cuts. NBC reports.
In Colorado, people are enjoying the recreational marijuana boom with new edibles, drinks, dabs and more.
Home Depot's strong profit offset the retailer's weak sales.
The Consumer Reports Annual Auto Issue ranked Tesla's Model S the top overall pick.
Some say the globalization of retail brings a new challenge: It's taking the excitement out of global shopping.
Macy's stays with its full-year forecast, expecting the business to pick up when the weather warms up.
The U.S. House of Representatives' committee has demanded copies of messages showing when retailer Target learned of a breach of customer data.
Earnings from Toll Brothers and Realogy beat expectations. Their CEOs say it had a lot to do with higher home prices.
U.S. spying is driving some of its allies to build an undersea cable from Portugal to Brazil, according to a report.