Top Business Stories from the U.S.
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Children of the late Benihana founder Rocky Aoki, are frustrated with how their stepmother is spending their inheritance.
Strategists from Federated Investors and Wells Fargo share their predictions on the market and the economy.
A New Jersey couple is suing a Philadelphia Little League group after one of them was hit by a baseball at a game.
Oil prices tumbled on Tuesday ahead of a meeting of oil cartel OPEC where a cut in production will likely be discussed.
Generic drug costs have risen so much that some drugs have surpassed equivalents in other countries, the New York Times reports.
In the digital era, there's not much left to prop up DVDs, aside from Redbox kiosks.
Both sales for the day and the holiday season are likely to grow at least 2 percent to 4 percent, according to a survey.
Amtrak plans to move travelers through a snow storm forecast to hit the East Coast on Wednesday, said Joseph Boardman.
Over the next 25 years, the U.S. will become a global energy powerhouse. That shift will reshape geopolitical power.
The Consumer Product Safety Commission demonstrates the worst possible way to fry a turkey for Thanksgiving dinner during a news conference Tuesday.
The FTC settles with Sony on allegations that the company misled about PlayStation Vita features.
Inc.'s editor-in-chief explains why Airbnb was just named the magazine's company of the year.
Sony Pictures was targeted in a cyber hack that forced its employees to use fax machines and landline phones, the LA Times reported.
Here are five things retail analyst Brian Sozzi will be looking out for on Black Friday.
How retail breaches have scared shoppers both online and at the counter.
Just when it looks like the economy is about to blast off, there come reminders it's best to keep expectations grounded.
Phil Falcone is leaving one holding company to focus on another and his hedge fund.
The root of the disconnect in retail lies in the fact that it's one set of consumers who are reaping most of the benefits.
A publicly funded university in New Jersey is under fire for spending over $200,000 to have a conference table custom-built in China.
Twitter's new tool can help advertisers offer consumers deals that could be added to a credit card to use in stores or online.