Top Business Stories from the U.S.
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This is the latest in a string of actions by fast-food workers, many of whom earn minimum wage, to protest their pay.
The massive bill changes some sacred cow items like crop insurance and commodity subsidies but helps some "new" crops.
JPMorgan's chief U.S. equity strategist, Tom Lee, said that a "construction boom" seems imminent and should boost stocks.
Netflix is betting on international expansion to keep its numbers up. The next stop is Europe.
Transport minister dismisses claims missing aircraft may have flown past the time it reached it disappeared off tracking systems.
Viewers sent us their questions on Twitter, Facebook and via emails. CNBC’s Sharon Epperson gets the answers.
The number of millionaire households in America reached an all-time high in 2013.
There will be no delay in penalty for missing the health care enrollment deadline, the US health secretary said.
A new report found "significant deficiencies" in DOJ's ability to report accurately on its mortgage fraud efforts.
UBS' Art Cashin told CNBC on Thursday that traders are monitoring whether China's debt problems could spill over into U.S. markets.
Some wealthy and low-income married couples are losing out at tax time. Here's why the marriage penalty is complicated.
Massive amounts of stock will likely lead to fewer orders in the first quarter and hurt growth.
In his first year, Pope Francis' aggressive efforts to reform the Vatican's scandal-scarred finances show he's not all talk. NBC News reports.
The federal study found that knocking out nine substations could result in a months-long national blackout. The WSJ reports.
The investigation into the disappearance of a Malaysia Airlines plane, has presented some twists and turns. Here's a timeline of the announcements.
RealtyTrac's report also said the number of foreclosures was 27 percent lower than recorded a year ago.
A new study says 10 percent of all renters want to buy a home this year, but they face tight credit and higher prices.
The Obama administration needs to stop overstepping its bounds — like it is on small business, says Rep. Sam Graves.
The jobless queue shortened substantially last week, while import prices logged a big jump.
U.S. retail sales rose slightly more than expected in February, pointing to some strength in the economy after harsh weather abruptly slowed activity.