Top Business Stories from the U.S.
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Bill Gates appeared on the "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon" to talk about the Omniprocessor, his latest philanthropic effort.
Telefónica is poised for a cash deal of more than £10 billion to sell O2 to Whampoa, a move that would create the UK's largest mobile group.
“Mad Money” host Jim Cramer reveals how to stay out of the house of pain in this market.
With earnings season continuing amid volatility, CNBC's "Fast Money" traders looked at how to play prominent technology names.
There's a lot of money at stake in the corporate cloud industry.
A man who bought two lottery tickets at a Boston grocery shop to break a $100 bill ended up winning $10 million.
The chain shared updates on the various initiatives it's undertaking to speed up the business.
Jim Cramer is concerned about the downstream damage from a weaker euro in the U.S.
As the European Central Bank embarks on a large bond-buying plan, Greek elections loom.
Expect volatility to stick around for a while, although the market is acting like it is in a bottoming phase, pros said.
Check out which companies are making headlines after the bell Thursday: Starbucks, ETrade, Capital One & more.
Patriots quarterback Tom Brady denied adjusting last Sunday's game balls in anyway.
CNBC's Dominic Chu reports on retail legend Mickey Drexler's decision to retire from Apple's Board.
Pick up the phone and dial your broker to get in on the Box IPO, said Jim Cramer.
Owen Li, who blew up his own hedge fund and lost millions isn't an anomaly, warns ex-hedge-fund trader Turney Duff.
Obamacare customers who are white, live in the South and have modest incomes lose if HealthCare.gov subsidies end.
Marc Chandler says that the euro will continue to sink against the dollar. But that doesn't mean we're witnessing some "currency war."
Everywhere you go in America, people are on their iPhones. But it turns out the most iPhone usage isn't in New York or California or even Illinois.
Civil rights lawsuit alleges racism and sexual harassment led to wrongful termination of McDonald's workers. The USAToday reports.
Sundance Film Festival is testing software from Blue Jeans Network designed to bring interactive conferences to your living room.