Top Business Stories from the U.S.
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Currency strategists are pondering whether there is more volatility in store for the ruble.
Takata Corp, the air bag maker embroiled in millions of recalls worldwide, said its president Stefan Stocker would step down.
Minimum wage hikes across the US will prompt Wal-Mart Stores to adjust salaries at 1,434 stores.
South Korean prosecutors sought a detention warrant for a Korean Air ex-executive who delayed a flight over how her nuts were served.
Audiences seem to be falling out of love with traditional fairy tales and their ‘happy endings’.
Tim Connaghan, author of "Behind the Red Suit," says fund managers need to work harder in 2015 in order to deliver alpha.
Claims that North Korea has engaged in recent cyber-attacks could see the rogue nation ramp up military aggression next year, Nomura said.
Dig out your flip phones, dust off your vinyls and plug in your desktop computers because retro-tech is en vogue.
South Korean prosecutors indicted Uber's local unit for violating a law governing public transport, Yonhap reported.
Former President George H.W. Bush, age 90, was taken to a hospital after experiencing shortness of breath, his office said in a statement.
The world is in dire need of data science professionals as experts ring alarm bells over the shortage of talent in a field that has become crucial to global business.
From retail to restaurants, "Mad Money" host Jim Cramer is naming his top buys in the wake of the Dow hitting 18K.
Sony Corp is considering a sale of its Sony/ATV Music Publishing unit, which owns the rights to most of the Beatles' songs, WSJ reports.
With such awesome GDP data announced Tuesday, Cramer gives the inside scoop on which stocks fund managers will be buying as a result.
Charlie Harary, co-founder of H3 & Co., outlined the worst CEO mistakes that "butted up against" societal trends in 2014.
A total of 71 vehicles have earned either a Top Safety Pick or Top Safety Pick+ award, up from just 39 models during 2014.
Atlantic City will get a short-term $40 million loan from the NJ rather than try to borrow the money in the capital markets.
The "Fast Money" traders give 18 trades as the Dow closes above 18K for the first time ever.
Global investors shouldn't be looking at Russia as the tip of a systemic Russia-leads-to-contagion crisis, Douglas Rediker said.
Bob Pisani would rather swing for the fences than make you yawn.