Top Business Stories from the U.S.
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A pair of big bond insurers with more than $10 billion of exposure to Puerto Rican debt have hired restructuring advisers.
Joe Bastianich discusses how to survive as a restaurateur in a not-so-thriving economy.
The city of San Francisco is cracking down on MonkeyParking, an app that lets users auction off public parking spots.
Andrew Rector filed a $10 million defamation suit against the Yankees and ESPN after the network showed him sleeping in a game.
Since March, J. K. Rowling has been writing original stories about the imaginary 2014 Quidditch World Cup Finals for Pottermore.com.
Student housing—millennial style—may be one of the best under-the-radar real estate plays of the decade.
Top managers at the firm have been meeting with younger executives in hopes of finding a replacement for Lloyd Blankfein—someday.
The Republican national convention to nominate a presidential candidate in 2016 will likely be held in Cleveland.
Recreational marijuana sales began in Washington state on Tuesday, but dedicated pot smokers may want to look elsewhere for the best deals.
Ford recalled 100,610 vehicles in North America in six separate actions, with about 83,000 coming in the U.S. and federalized territories.
As stocks decline for a second day, Wall Street seems concerned about a stagnant economy once again, veteran trader Art Cashin told CNBC on Tuesday.
An unconventional but effective treatment against a deadly superbug is raising worries about a possible black market.
When it comes to legalizing marijuana, states should learn their lesson from the casinos, says Jake Novak.
As the Bay Area considers a soda tax, opponents and proponents are prepared for a showdown.
Investors are at risk of becoming too complacent, said Starwood Capital Group's CEO.
Overseas buyers scooped up $92.2 billion of U.S. real estate last year, driven mainly by wealthy Chinese.
The Fed's willingness to risk to future instability for immediate gains is an "all-in bet," Mohamed El-Erian tells CNBC.
Although just released, the Android Wear system for smart watches already has a bug with downloading paid-for apps.
An Ohio man is crowd funding his goal to make $10 worth of potato salad, and he's been wildly successful.
State officials are pausing critical infrastructure projects as collapse of a federal fund looms. Fiscal Times.