Top Business Stories from the U.S.
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Insurance agents are aren't earning the commissions they've long built their businesses around under Obamacare.
With holiday spending looking a bit lackluster, what does this mean for the customary holiday tip?
2014 could be a very good year for Wall Street's big firms.
Chuck Hagel, US defense secretary, has opened the door to more weapons sales to the Gulf states. The Financial Times reports.
Bob Diamond is making a dramatic return to banking, launching a vehicle with Africa's youngest billionaire. The Financial Times reports.
Inspired by behavioral science, the U.K. is trying new gambits to "nudge" social policy. The New York Times reports.
China's exports handily beat forecasts in November, as its leaders embark on an ambitious restructuring plan.
SpaghettiOs brand apologized for a tweet that marked the anniversary of the Pearl Harbor attacks with its smiling mascot.
Documents shed light on JPMorgan's decision to hire the children of China's ruling elite. The New York Times reports.
Too much food and drink—even decorating the tree—sends thousands to emergency rooms over the festive season.
A former SAC Capital Advisors trader wants to cite in court some 2012 testimony given by the hedge fund's founder Steven Cohen.
There was a roar of approval from ministers meeting to decide on an agreement that could add $1 trillion to the global economy.
Gift cards are the most-requested present. Here are seven simple ways to get more for your gift-card dollars.
With the holiday-shopping countdown on, see a list of 10 cool gift ideas—from men's suit jackets to hand-forged copper bowls. And all American-made.
From unique pop-up stores to online marketplaces, shoppers this holiday season have more choices for "Made in USA" goods.
McKinsey believes massive sums of capital will be needed to keep up with GDP growth.
Despite a hefty schooling cost, American students are pretty mediocre.
Carl Icahn wants Apple to spend $50 billion to buy back shares, which equals 250 acquisitions at the $200 million level.
President Jacob Zuma said Mandela would be buried on December 15 at his ancestral home in the Eastern Cape.
North Korea freed an 85-year-old retired American soldier on Saturday.