Top Business Stories from the U.S.
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Better jobs and higher rents are pushing more young Philadelphians to buy homes in the city's downtown.
The U.S. services sector expanded in December at its slowest rate since February as growth in employment and new business slowed.
Females who work as investment banking analysts don't keep up with their male counterparts when it comes to landing hedge fund jobs.
Businesses should not plan on plunking down money on investments in Cuba just yet, said a former U.S. Commerce Secretary.
GM has suspended the delivery of cars to dealerships in Russia in response to a slide in the rouble, the company said on Thursday.
Those hoping for a seasonal "Santa rally" in stock markets this year could be disappointed, according to Nomura strategist Bob Janjuah.
Amazon will launch its one-hour delivery service in Manhattan today. Expansion into other cities will come in 2015.
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Ford says it's expanding a recall for faulty driver's side air bag inflators to the entire U.S. as demanded by the government.
Kraft Foods announced on Thursday that its board of directors has named John Cahill to the position of Chairman and CEO of the company.
Jobless claims fell unexpectedly last week, suggesting the labor market continues to strengthen.
Dunkin' Brands cut its 2015 forecast for sales growth in the U.S. and operating income growth, citing slowing sales of coffee in its restaurants.
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It's referred to as the "Wild West" of the Internet: Underground websites that sell illegal drugs and guns.
The Fed made clear that it's eyeing the economy recovery with caution, and isn't yet convinced it can start to pull its stimulus of record-low rates.
Amid increased pressure from the EU, Google is asking a U.S. judge to dismiss an antitrust suit over Android.
Larry Summers tells CNBC he's been taken aback by the perceived connection between oil price weakness and stock drops.
The Fed may have helped prime the stock market for a Santa rally, if oil remains calm and there are no new flare-ups overseas.
Avon will pay $135 million to settle charges after its China unit pleaded guilty to violating the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act with bribes.