Top Business Stories from the U.S.
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Mohammed Islam, the supposed 'whiz kid' investor who allegedly made $72 million trading stocks, admits now he made absolutely nothing.
U.S. housing starts and permits fell in November, but the underlying trend remained consistent with an improving housing market.
Fund managers are still confident in stocks but the falling oil price is pushing them to add to their cash holdings.
US millionaires with at least $1 million in investable assets expect bigger returns on their investments next year.
Russia's central bank will implement more measures to stabilize domestic markets following a rate hike, its First Deputy Governor Sergei Shvetsov said on Tuesday.
The Russian Central Bank's efforts to fight the ruble's slide will be ineffective if oil continues to fall, Boris Schlossberg said.
Russia's ruble plunged to an all-time low against the U.S. dollar on Tuesday, despite the Russian central bank's move to hike rates to 17 percent.
The Russian central bank's dramatic rate hike further threatens financial stability in the economy.
Today, Saudi Arabia is using its "oil weapon," but instead of driving up prices and cutting supply, it's doing the reverse.
Employers report mixed results using the Obamacare marketplace for small businesses called SHOP.
Followers of the "early retirement extreme" movement scrimp, save and invest to achieve the impossible: retiring by 40.
The tech IPO pipeline for 2015 looks strong, according to data from CB Insight.
Results of the Fed Survey suggest the market senses a commitment by the Fed to hike rates next year.
Sony's executives sought to reassure employees that the studio would recover from a massive cyber attack.
Toys R Us and Kohl's are keeping their stores open into the wee hours as the countdown to Christmas winds down.
The 16-hour Sydney hostage crisis came to a tragic end in the early hours of Tuesday morning.
Attorneys for plaintiffs and Apple made closing arguments for the Apple antitrust trial.
Only then will "Mad Money" host Jim Cramer expect the recent ridiculous action to subside.
Wal-Mart mistakenly lists Lin plush-doll as Anthony, and misspells the latter's name
A FedEx truck overturned in New Jersey on Monday, spilling packages on to a roadway.