Top Business Stories from the U.S.
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Before making a beeline for sunnier climes, retirees should consider important tax, cost, health-care and housing implications.
The first wave of people who had contact with the original Dallas Ebola patient who died were taken off a watch list early Monday.
Microsoft has proven its potency in the cloud, and is one of three companies with the scale, resources, and know-how to dominate the market, CEO Satya Nadella told CNBC.
As retirement nears, 40- and 50-somethings should address risk mitigation, estate plans, investment strategy and financial plans.
An uptick in borrowing has come from high net-worth clients in brokerages, not from the consumer banks.
There are fewer tax-code changes for 2014, but the expiration of some tax breaks might leave students, retirees and others cold.
Yahoo is expected on Tuesday to outline cost-cutting efforts and give details of how it is evaluating possible acquisitions, the WSJ reported.
IBM is selling its loss-making semiconductor unit to contract-chipmaker Globalfoundries, the companies announced on Monday.
U.S. businesses were much less likely to boost pay in the third quarter than in previous months, even as hiring remained healthy.
The face of automation on Wall Street is a computer hooked up to nine blinking screens that goes by the name Quantitative Market Maker, or Q.M.M.
CNBC's Jon Fortt talks with Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella about equality for women in the workplace.
The recent drop in oil prices could be due to more than just lower demand, according to some analysts, who suggest the U.S. could be deliberately manipulating the market.
Former United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan, says people should not panic over Ebola.
Are consumers ready to cast off their credit cards in favor of a smartphone application?
Results of the European Central Bank's Asset Quality Review (AQR) are due on October 26. Vote in our new poll and tell us what you're expecting.
A group of investors from Hong Kong and Abu Dhabi is readying an around $1.7 billion euro bid to buy Reebok from Adidas, according to the WSJ.
China's fourth plenum, a key four-day meeting of the ruling Communist Party's powerful Central Committee, kicks off in Beijing on Monday.
The U.S. hasn't enacted a travel ban on Ebola-hit countries. That hasn't done much to quell the calls to do so.
With reports due from Apple, McDonald's and IBM, earnings could finally dictate trading this week. And that's a good thing.