Top Business Stories from the U.S.
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One analyst said it's not time yet to buy the dip, but another pro sees opportunity.
Darden Restaurants Incwon the dismissal of a New York lawsuit accusing it of illegally adding an automatic 18 percent tip to diners' bills.
The Federal Trade Commission is suing Amazon over children's in-app purchases.
Full Sail Brewing is suing a law firm that specializes in DUI cases for trademark infringement.
Are overseas financial woes about to take down stocks?
In dollars and cents, the biggest winners of the World Cup are media companies—both traditional and social.
The Fed vice chair said breaking up the largest U.S. banks would not necessarily help stabilize the financial system.
Is LeBron James heading back to Cleveland?
Check out which companies are making headlines after the bell Thursday: Chevron, PriceSmart, Gap & more.
The percentage of people in the U.S. who lack health insurance has fallen to a six-year low of 13.4 percent.
A new survey reports that many businesses are having more difficulty finding workers in 2014 than last year.
TGI Fridays' endless appetizer promotion may have a ripple effect across the industry, one restaurant analyst said.
A new study calls for an end to the $2.13 an hour federal tipped minimum wage.
Alaska Airlines will be the first carrier to get Boeing’s new Space Bins, designed to stow six standard-size, carry-on bags, NBC News reports.
Stocks sold off earlier on concerns about the global economy, but the real worry for the market is the earnings season.
The Brewers Association reports the total number of breweries in operation at the end of June has topped the 3,000 mark.
Two market pros explain where they are looking to make money in this market, and what names are on their buy list.
Billionaire activist investor Carl Icahn said on Thursday that it is time for investors to tread carefully after the run-up in U.S. stock markets.
Visiting a doctor online, which is also known as telemedicine, is gaining support among insurers and employers, and for good reason.