Top Business Stories from the U.S.
Updated: 4 hours 21 min ago
Gold's sudden increase in price has taken markets by surprise, and it could be down to policy plans by central banks.
Heads he wins. Tails he wins. That was the situation Bill Ackman found himself in — or perhaps more accurately, orchestrated — Monday. The NYT reports.
Consumer staples are a darling of Wall St., but high valuations put them in correction territory.
Two major deals put the Street on pace for a year rivaling the dot-com bubble era and the private equity surge before the financial crisis. The NYT reports.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe called a snap election and announced a delay in the second sales tax hike by 18 months.
China's home prices posted a second consecutive annual drop in October, although monthly figures showed an improving sequential trend.
Jim Cramer sits down with Globalstar CEO to clear the air on the highly controversial stock. Will this be a case of the bulls or the bears?
Many traders expect stocks to rally into the year-end, but the market's complacency may be signaling a late year Santa rally won't happen.
Jim Cramer takes a hard look at what is happening overseas to see if it is really a bad thing. Could this mean a few extra bucks in your pocket?
Lindsay Group's Peter Boockvar believes the policy path Japan has gone on now will "destroy the country economically."
Dennis Gartman of the Gartman Letter says under current recession circumstances in Japan, investors should short the yen against almost anything including Japan stocks, Euro, and gold.
Massachusetts' insurance exchange in two days has signed up more than 10% of the number of people it signed up for plans last season.
Slugger Giancarlo Stanton just agreed to the most lucrative athlete deal in history with the Miami Marlins.
Natural gas futures jumped 8 percent Monday on forecasts of colder late fall weather.
Icahn isn't forecasting a dramatic stock market drop yet, but he's still bracing for an equity sell-off soon.
Cisco and Box unveiled "Project Squared," a business collaboration app designed to work with the way people work.
The wealthy have their own wealth gap, as gains concentrate at the top, Robert Frank writes for The New York Times.
Prices for domestic airline tickets are on the rise although airlines are saving millions of dollars from cheaper oil prices.
NIH's Francis Collins and Milken Institute Chairman Mike Milken make the case for research funding to stop outbreaks.
Demand for turkeys is strong ahead of the holidays, and some producers wish they had more birds for Thanksgiving.