Top Business Stories from the U.S.
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Jones Group has agreed to be bought by Sycamore Partners for $1.2 billion, the latest purchase of a fashion company by the private equity firm.
The founder of Kynikos Associates said the U.S. market is facing more risk than at any time in recent memory.
Discount clothing chain Loehmann's this week filed for bankruptcy protection for the third, and likely final, time. It won't help.
Markets are calibrating to the new world of a less easy Fed.
"I still think you can come right in and buy,” said Cramer.
It’s not quite the Lunar New Year, but with each year that passes, Christmas appears to be gaining ground as a season for shopping in China.
California's health exchange enrolled more than 53,000 people in health plans in the first three days of this week.
The Obama administration warned Congress on Thursday the government could run out of borrowing room to help pay its bills as soon as February.
After his conviction on insider trading charges, Michael Steinberg could be hit with millions in unexpected legal fees.
The Treasury Department said it has signed six more anti-tax evasion pacts with foreign governments.
The DOF and the SEC have charged two Seattle men on Thursday with 35 counts of insider trading relating to Microsoft options.
Expect increase volatility and volume on Friday.
Ocwen Financial is ordered to repay $2 billion to borrowers to resolve allegations of misconduct in mortgage servicing.
The "Fast Money" traders weigh in on everything from the Fed decision to which is hotter for 2014 — Facebook or Twitter.
The ultra-wealthy are expected to spend about $3,400 per household. But what do they buy when they splurge?
The Facebook CEO is selling 41.4 million shares of Facebook worth around $2.3 billion.
The United States travel and tourism industry is one of the fastest growing sectors and doesn't seem to be slowing down.
The Toyota Camry is safer, and that's why Consumer Reports recommends it again.