Top Business Stories from the U.S.
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The chief investment strategist at the world's largest asset manager says investors need to buy some protection right now.
More travelers have perished in plane crashes over the past week than did during all of 2013. Should that affect your travel plans?
Thinkmodo co-founders James Percelay and Michael Krivicka, discuss making money from viral videos.
While U.S. indexes suffer from the dog days of summer, emerging markets look to be on a tear.
Michael Kors has a lot of fans out there. One that would have a tough time getting by without it: watchmaker Fossil Group.
A rising hedge fund star thinks that MannKind is so over-hyped that the health-care company's stock will fall 90 percent.
Sodastream shares jumped on Thursday following reports that the company would go private, but investors shouldn't bank on a deal.
Companies are sitting on trillions in cash—would be great to see them invest it in US infrastructure, says the CEO of McGraw Hill Financial.
CRE, one of the worst of the superbugs, is spreading in some hospitals, and there's worry that cases are under-reported.
A tax dodge known as a corporate "inversion" is turning the tax reform debate upside down. Here's what you need to know.
One trader turned $7,500 into $250,000 in just hours. So was it dumb luck—or something more sinister?
Car thieves are acquiring richer tastes, targeting luxury cars like Mercedes-Benzes and Range Rovers that are shipped overseas.
Shares of Facebook hit a record high after a surge in mobile advertising revenue helped the company trounce estimates.
Retailers have been trying to get a fresh read on the consumer and can't afford to sit back and wait for the tide to turn.
A Liberian man is being tested for the deadly Ebola virus in Nigeria's commercial capital of Lagos.
Barclays filed a motion to throw out a lawsuit that alleged the bank lied to clients over its high-speed trading venue.
The new board will have the task of determining if ousted founder Dov Charney will return in some capacity to American Apparel.
If this turning point comes, the U.S. may soon see the fortunes of middle- and lower-class workers rising.
SodaStream is mulling a deal to go private, Bloomberg reported, citing sources familiar with the issue.
The SEC said it had charged Morgan Stanley with misleading investors about mortgage-backed securities it issued before the financial crisis.