Top Business Stories from the U.S.
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Art Cashin of UBS Financial Services explains how the stock market reacted to Fed chair Janet Yellen's Capitol Hill testimony.
A steady trickle of drilling is already boosting the economy in these southern states.
Gap is reporting a drop in fourth-quarter profit on a 3 percent decline in revenue as the clothing retailer was forced to discount heavily.
Frequent fliers who rack up airline points on the cheapest routes may soon have to figure out a new way to game the system.
Basketball great Magic Johnson thinks Jason Collins, the NBA's first openly gay player, is good for the league and gays alike.
After Joseph Romano was convicted of running a coin scam he plotted revenge against those who had locked him up.
When the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau sued ITT Education Thursday, there was one comment that should send shivers through the for-profit education industry.
Despite Facebook's megadeal purchase of Whatsapp, billion dollar exits for tech start-ups are more rare than you think.
Gold is fine, but the editor and publisher of the Gartman Letter's best pick is something edible.
Despite being left for dead elsewhere, BlackBerry remains the smartphone of choice in one booming mobile market: Africa.
Robinhood, a start-up online brokerage, says it offers users the ability to buy and sell stocks with zero commissions.
It wasn't that long ago that the first $1 million car was news. Now, a two-wheel vehicle is about to hit seven figures.
The federal government accused one of the largest for-profit education chains of making predatory loans.
As many customers await refunds, H&R Block and Jackson Hewitt are partnering with insurance brokers to help them sign up.
Changes in taxation, our position on the global stage, politics and the impact of baby boomers will help shape the U.S.
Winter's brutal weather may have bouncing off the walls, but in these places, you may never want to go outside again.
Halfway through earnings reports, the scorecard isn't giving investors much reason for optimism.
The Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA) induces foreign institutions to report tax-dodging American companies.
The Fed does not have the authority to regulate bitcoin, Fed Chair Janet Yellen tells a Senate committee.
Here's a preview of Sunday's Academy Awards show—Oscar facts and figures from years gone by.