Top Business Stories from the U.S.
Updated: 2 hours 20 min ago
Marvina is a premium cannabis provider that offers a monthly delivery service of marijuana to consumers in San Francisco.
Uber is setting its sights on further economic expansion after raising $1.6 billion in convertible debt.
Time and an investigation will tell whether the Patriots did indeed under-inflate footballs in the team's victory over the Colts on Sunday.
Owners of recreational pot operations are preparing to file their first federal returns. They're learning hard lessons.
Individuals doing business in Russia say Obama's claims of Russia's economy being in "tatters" are absolutely correct.
A lawsuit accusing the companies of illegally tracking Internet activity of children to send targeted advertising was dismissed.
In Wednesday's single biggest options trade, one trader appears to be betting big on an ECB disappointment.
If Mario Draghi wants to have a significant market impact after Thursday's ECB meeting, he better not think small.
The debate surrounding the legality of Airbnb reached New York's City Hall this week.
Despite cheap gas padding Americans' wallets, some McDonald's franchisees are expecting negative trends to continue.
Shouldn't you cover a $14 billion industry?
A number of predictors indicate just how happy you'll be in retirement. Here are nine of them.
The JPM CEO says that, despite its problems, the U.S. still has "the best hand ever dealt of any country."
Venezuela is down to its last lifeline as oil prices plummet, and the country needs financial backing more than ever.
The US porn industry is a $14 billion business, and the US gun industry is a $38 billion business. Sometimes, the two meet in spectacular fashion.
Halftime Trader Jim Lebenthal is getting more bullish on the stock even after a disappointing 2015 outlook.
JPMorgan Chase must live with a clerical mix-up that could cost $1.5 billion, a court ruled on Wednesday.
One trader in Chicago is taking a contrarian viewpoint on the impact of the ECB's expected QE plan Thursday.
Canarsie Capital's Owen Li told clients of his hedge fund that he is "truly sorry" for losing virtually all their money.
Facebook is counting on the Oculus purchase to win in virtual reality, but Google's answer is a smartphone and cardboard.