Top Business Stories from the U.S.
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Ron Klain, the U.S.'s first Ebola czar, is set to depart his post early next year and return to the private sector.
Vladimir Putin is trying to make the best of a tough geopolitical situation, and one NATO member is seeing big benefits.
It could have been something as simple as a barking dog that alerted the al Qaeda guards as U.S. special operations forces approached the compound.
Claims that North Korea is to blame for the crippling cyber attack on Sony Pictures Entertainment are "wild rumors", state media said on Sunday.
A record-setting 4.16-pound white truffle was sold for $61,250 at a New York City auction Saturday to a food and wine lover from Taiwan.
French President Hollande said after an impromptu visit to Russia for crisis talks on Saturday that a ceasefire could take hold in Ukraine soon.
President Obama is suffering from acid reflux, according to his physician.
U.S. farmers are benefiting from a "perfect storm" that has turned milk into big business.
Just in time for his new movie, James Bond is getting a new set of wheels.
Longer lives and economic pressures mean workers must rethink retirement plans, says research firm BrightScope.
The abrupt retirement of United Technologies' CEO was in part due to growing concerns over his private interests, The Wall Street Journal reported.
Business in the 'mampering' sector is booming, as men snap up beauty staples like eye creams, exfoliation and facial moisturizers.
Airbnb is offering 'free' liability coverage to cover its U.S. listings, but The New York Times reports that may not be exactly the case.
Robots that see, feel, hear and smell are being deployed to prevent crimes at places like corporate campuses and malls.
CBS and Dish Network hammered out a new distribution deal after a blackout in key markets late Friday.
Meet a former bond trader who took a passion for photography and made it into one of social media's biggest hits.
Morgan Stanley said on Friday it will pay more of its bonuses to employees upfront and defer less, because the bank is on a better financial footing.
Chinese authorities have arrested former domestic security chief Zhou Yongkang for crimes ranging from accepting bribes to leaking state secrets.
Drug giant Merck is in talks to acquire antibiotics maker Cubist for about $102 a share in cash, according to people familiar with the matter.