Top Business Stories from the U.S.
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Carl Icahn says corporate governance in America is broken—but he admits he's not perfect either when it comes to serving on boards of directors.
The index fell last month, its worst read since February 2010 as bad weather impacted business activity.
Nelson Peltz is taking his bid to split up PepsiCo to its shareholders, a close associate tells CNBC.
In the wake of a widespread data breach, Target's Chief Information Officer Beth Jacob has resigned.
Activist investor Carl Icahn says eBay has a huge corporate governance problem, and he says board member Marc Andreessen is the most conflicted.
Russia retains a battery of well-paid American public affairs experts and lobbyists. We name names.
Scoring 50 percent off on a sky diving trip or race car driving school might not be that easy.
The Internet behemoth sees an opportunity in commercial real estate through the online marketplace.
The activist investor tells CNBC that eBay's governance is even worse than that of Washington politicians.
The cold snap appears to have left February job creation frost bitten, ADP data showed on Wednesday.
Investors are concerned about rising rates and its effect on portfolios. One advisor details how to be prepared.
The bill would limit annual increases of any individual policy under the National Flood Insurance Program to 18 percent.
United Airlines is getting tough on oversized carry-on bags, even sending some of travelers back to check their luggage for a fee.
The world's club of ultrawealthy individuals added about 5,000 new members last year. The NYT reports.
Ben Bernanke earned more in 40 minutes on Tuesday than he made all of last year as head of the U.S. Federal Reserve.
Fixed 30-year mortgage rates averaged 4.47 percent in the week, down from 4.53 percent the week before.
A report from Giving USA Foundation shows that donations made to American religious organizations have slowed of late.
The Obama administration will allow consumers to extend health insurance plans that fail to comply with the healthcare law beyond 2014.
Yahoo will stop allowing users access to its various online services by signing-in with their Facebook or Google credentials.
The Supreme Court is considering whether to make it tougher for investors to band together to sue corporations for securities fraud.