Top Business Stories from the U.S.
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Chip Wilson has resigned as chairman of Lululemon Athletica following an uproar over his comments about customers' bodies.
OPEC has trimmed its crude oil output toward next year's global requirement, the exporter group said on Tuesday.
Tuesday's top travel headlines include JFK Airports's plan to round up snowy owls rather than shoot them.
It took two months, weekly visits to the jammed-up federal website and a half-dozen phone calls, but JoAnn Smith finally got health insurance.
What lies ahead for the booming social media industry in 2014? CNBC.com's social media guru notes three possible game changers.
The loosening of government control over GM could mean big dividends for shareholders, CNBC's Jim Cramer said on Tuesday.
Deutsche Bank's bid to revive its US wealth management unit is off to a rocky start.
If the S&P is what some call "boring," I'll take that any time.
Air travel over Christmas can be less frustrating with the right preparation. How to avoid delays and travel in style.
The world's biggest retailer has tapped David Cheesewright to head Walmart International.
US wholesale inventories rose more than expected in October, showing little sign of businesses pulling back.
An over-the-counter, FDA-approved treatment for premature ejaculation is beginning clinical trials in Southern California.
The number of open jobs rose in October, the Labor Department said, adding another data point to the coming Federal Reserve taper decision.
Home Depot founder Ken Langone pressed House Minority Whip Steny Hoyer to address the bitter partisanship in Washington.
The Volcker Rule could have unforeseen consequences, CFTC Commissioner Chilton told CNBC Tuesday before casting his vote.
Whether the rule will discourage risky bank trading—or survive legal challenges—will take years to become clear.
A day after exiting government ownership, GM named Mary Barra its new CEO.
NYC's Metropolitan Transportation Authority has given more than 250,000 late notes to subway riders for tardy trains.
Millions of Americans might miss work Tuesday because of a snow storm expected to dump up to six inches of snow across the northeastern United States.
The U.S. debuted a Spanish-language health care website that will help Latinos sign up for insurance plans under Obamacare.