Top Business Stories from the U.S.
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Roughly 85 percent of the vehicles Nissan expects to sell in the U.S. next year will be produced in North America.
Buffett's donation to a Clinton presidential run isn't as big a departure from his anti-PAC principles as it appears.
Just how wide is the pay gap? A new study says U.S. women may make as little as 64 cents for every dollar men earn.
An analysis shows that many retailers actually see sales decline when oil prices fall.
Harold Hamm's divorce attorneys called the settlement ruling equitable, but the oilman's ex-wife considers it unfair.
Sluggish U.S. sales haven't discouraged a slew of international retailers from planting their flags in the United States.
If oil holds its losses next year, 1.2 percent of world GDP may shift from oil-producing nations to consuming nations.
Wall Street is a dog-eat-dog world. Here are four dirty secrets for making friends from ex-trader Raj Mahal.
Retail stores will often pressure you to sign up for their store credit card, but take caution when considering them, reports the Today show.
Shopping for that perennial favorite, the gift card? Don't even think about paying full price.
The flight, which cost NASA about $375 million, was to test that Orion's equipment would work prior to astronauts flying aboard.
Russia and Brazil are a mess. Meanwhile, China is slowing. It's the other BRIC that's been stellar this year.
There’s been a recent uptick in venture capital funding for agriculture technology start-ups.
Major League Soccer is, by some measures, very successful. The problem is that it doesn't make money.
Delia's said it was liquidating assets and would file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.
OptionMonster co-founders Jon and Pete Najarian discuss this week's fantasy football picks for those players lucky enough to make the playoffs.
This could be London's smallest home. For $40,000 this 6,045-square-inch dollhouse could be yours.
Burger King and Canadian doughnut shop chain Tim Hortons expect to complete their $11 billion tie-up on Dec. 12.
Start-ups have many reasons to need cash. Jai Das of Sapphire Ventures has another: Wine and sporting events cost money.
JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon sent a memo out to employees on Friday that said he is completely clear of cancer.