Top Business Stories from the U.S.
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Economists raised their forecasts for U.S. economic growth in the third quarter, but trimmed their estimates for 2014.
Consumer sentiment fell to its lowest since November, but a read of current economic conditions jumped to its highest since July 2007.
U.S. industrial production edged higher in July, as production of auto parts and motor vehicles jumped.
Finland's president said an agreement had been reached for Russia to send humanitarian aid to Ukraine.
Back-to-school spending doesn't stop when the school bell starts ringing. Fees that could hurt your bottom line.
Intel and SMS Audio, the company founded by 50 Cent, are partnering to launch heart-rate-measuring headphones.
Despite the rough ride this summer, stocks look poised to continue their upward march, market watchers tell CNBC.
Dozens of heavy Russian military vehicles mass near border with Ukraine, while Ukrainian guards cross frontier to inspect an aid convoy.
Lehman Brothers will distribute $4.6 billion to unsecured general creditors in September—the first such settlement for the firm.
Manufacturing activity in New York State improved in August, albeit at a slower pace than expected.
U.S. producer prices rise, but were capped by falling gasoline and energy costs.
What may be the clearest pictures yet of Apple's forthcoming iPhone 6 emerged on Friday—from, of all places, the Hollywood gossip website TMZ.
Ebay's PayPal is in talks with bitcoin transaction providers to integrate the currency within its payments system.
Two major grocery store chains—Supervalu and Jewel-Osco—said they may have been adversely affected by computer data breaches.
Despite a lull in the overall housing recovery, high-end homes are seeing a strong sales surge. Here are a few gems.
The 117-year-old method to set a price for silver, known as the "fix," is coming to an end, replaced by a new electronic mechanism.
Ebola outbreaks may become more frequent because of climate change, scientists warn, as the deadly disease ravages West Africa.
Ford is recalling 83,250 vehicles because a faulty part could cause them to lose power or roll away if they're parked.
Recent events in and around Russia seem to have highlighted risks of investing in the country – yet the rouble and the MICEX have had a good week.
The EU hopes to build a "support group" with Middle Eastern countries, to help Iraq stave off the threat from Islamic State fighters.