Top Business Stories from the U.S.
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With the S&P 500 Index poised for only modest gains this year, analysts and economists have told CNBC that plenty more shocks could be on the horizon before year-end.
A downturn in China's once red-hot property market poses one of the greatest threats to the economy, the world's second biggest.
The ECB is debating whether to embark on an American-style quantitative easing program. Here are the implications.
Norwegian Cruise is in advanced talks to acquire peer Prestige Cruises International for around $3 billion, according to sources.
Collette Wixom is saving for her toddler son's college tuition by featuring him in branded attire on social media.
Police in Northern California say San Francisco 49ers Ray McDonald has been arrested on domestic violence charges.
A Peace Corps-style program is challenging new MBAs to bring their skills to America’s small businesses.
A new report on the hedge funds industry underscores quite how large it is: $2.6 trillion across 11,000 funds.
The United States carried out air strikes on Saturday against Islamic State fighters near the town of Amerli, the Pentagon said.
China's parliament said on Sunday it will tightly control the nomination of candidates for a landmark election in Hong Kong in 2017.
The EU threatened Russia with new trade sanctions if Moscow fails to start reversing its action in Ukraine.
Ukraine's Petro Poroshenko also said EU leaders agreed to prepare new sanctions on Russia, conditional on progress of his peace plan.
Alibaba is planning to launch its New York stock market debut in the week of Sept. 8, a person briefed on the matter told Reuters.
More than 30,000 Americans are killed in highway crashes each year, but experts believe that death toll could sink to zero.
Western intelligence services are worried about ISIS's command videos, ground images and multilingual Twitter messages.
A female traveler allegedly threw water in a male passenger's face for preventing her from reclining.
The Showboat is closing Sunday, followed by Revel on Monday and Tuesday. Trump Plaza is next, closing Sept. 16.
The market has nearly tripled in a little over five years. With each record, the temptation grows to take your winnings and flee.
Yun Tae Hyong of North Korea's Korea Daesong Bank, disappeared last week in Nakhodka with $5 million, according to a report.
Despite violence in the Middle East and Ukraine, this will be the cheapest Labor Day for driving in four years.