Top Business Stories from the U.S.
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Bulls are banking on a shift in focus next week to earnings, from the global economy, with U.S. banks and tech companies reporting Q3 results.
Standard & Poor's cut its outlook for France to negative from stable on Friday.
The requests will effectively extend the waiting period imposed under the anti-trust act.
Snapchat blamed third-party software apps for possible security lapses that may have led to its users' private photos being at risk of online.
A patent spat over noise cancelling headphones between Bose and Beats Electronics ended with the two sides settling the case out of court.
Here's where Wells Fargo Advisors' Scott Wren would put money to work, and what sectors he'd stay away from.
Shale stocks tank amid two crude realities: oil prices at multi-year lows and the way drilling is financed.
Retail experts disagree on whether falling oil prices will bring in more foot traffic and help holiday sales.
Richard Fisher said the Central Bank had overshot its mark on stimulus, reiterating his view that rate hikes will come ``sooner rather than later.''
Kodak is among the companies taking aim at the new market of 360-degree cameras that capture a full spectrum of video content.
Apple’s latest push into the world of fashion.
The Federal Drug Administration approved a new hepatitis C once-a-day pill from Gilead Sciences.
The drop in global oil prices should not affect the spending plans of oil-producing countries in the Middle East.
The end—of the selloff in stocks—is nigh, BTIG's Dan Greenhaus says.
The vice president of Equatorial Guinea—facing accusations of money laundering—has agreed give up assets in a deal with the U.S.
The options market is betting on a 30 percent rally in one airline.
The World Health Organization estimates that there may have been 4024 Ebola deaths so far in West Africa.
Standard & Poor's downgraded Finland's sovereign debt rating to AA-Plus from AAA on Friday, citing economic weak development.
"The Marijuana Show" allows for pot-entrepreneurs to compete for rare investment opportunities for their start-up ideas.
One Barcelona comedy club is now charging by the laugh.