Top Business Stories from the U.S.
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The U.S. has been trouncing global stocks, but Carter Worth of Sterne Agee says the S&P 500 can't ride alone forever.
Richard Stockton College of New Jersey buys part of Showboat casino to expand Atlantic City campus.
Liberals will clash with the administration and more moderate Democrats to define the party's future, Politico's Ben White says.
Price wars are crimping margins in the telecom space. Telecom giants have lost a combined $45 billion in market value during the past month.
The air-traffic controller shortage is a real problem — and you can blame FAA mismanagement for that, says Steven Pociask.
Uber has never been far from controversy in recent weeks. CNBC looks at Uber's five biggest pressure points.
Home builders seem resigned to the fact that their business is recovering at a slower-than-expected pace.
U.S. manufacturing output recorded its largest increase in nine months as production expanded, pointing to underlying strength in the economy.
U.S. crude hit 5 ½-year lows but there are signs of a bottom, said Joe Petrowski, former CEO of Gulf Oil.
Energy stocks will reach a bottom when investors feel they can't own them at any price, said Fundstrat founder Tom Lee.
Lobster fishermen say the 2014 season appears to have resulted in a lower catch than the previous two years, meaning slightly higher prices.
Manufacturing activity in New York state contracted for the first time in nearly two years, a New York Federal Reserve survey showed on Monday.
Riverbed Technology, which has been under pressure from activists, said Monday will sell itself to Thoma Bravo for $21 per share in cash.
Niece of former U.S. President George W. Bush, Lauren Bush Lauren said Secret Service "followed" her at college.
Juniper Networks is in talks with Elliott Management about adding a number of new directors to its board, The Wall Street Journal reported.
Vermont-based Keurig Green Mountain will move most of its U.S. coffee buying operation to Switzerland, following rivals who have already moved.
Some of the nation's top oil states are showing early signs of a slowdown as a result of the plunge in crude prices.
Rats have been sighted at the company's new World Trade Center office, according to a report from the New York Post.
Nut rage imploded the career of a Korean Air Lines exec. Now South Korean retailers are experiencing the upside: a boom in sales of macadamias.
Australian police locked down the center of Sydney after an armed man took hostages, igniting fears of a jihadist attack.