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Apple kicked off its annual WWWDC on Monday, where it unveiled "Apple Music," the much-anticipated music streaming service.
Two mentoring programs, one on Wall Street and another from the inner-city, point up about lessons about the teachers.
By adopting "self-management," the company is building a better workplace for all of its employees.
Africa may have a large supply of commodities, but is this the answer to Africa’s economic growth—or should countries intensify efforts to diversify?
While the recent bird flu outbreak has hit many hard, it has also yielded some winners.
While the Epsom Derby,might be perfect for a fashion parade, the U.K. horse racing industry isn’t looking in as good a shape.
GE CEO Jeff Immelt told employees that he had assembled a committee to look into more "pro-business" locations.
Think becoming an online sensation is easy? You would be mistaken, YouTube star iJustine says.
Disney laid off about 250 employees, transferring many of their jobs to immigrants on temporary visas for highly skilled tech workers, NYT reports.
With global success from the likes of One Direction and Ed Sheeran in 2014, the U.K. actually dominated the top 10 recorded artist list - BPI report.
Sepp Blatter's resignation presents FIFA with a chance to clean up its act, Cobi Jones said.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren's letter could goose SEC Chair Mary Jo White to be tougher on rules and enforcement, Politico's Ben White says.
Men are happier if they think they're working more hours than their friends and colleagues, according to a report from Maastrict University.
U.S. franchise job gains hit their lowest levels in 15 months, ADP says.
Recent housing data suggest the market is improving, but the gains are a "pretty low slope," Lennar CEO Stuart Miller says.
Los Angeles on Wednesday is set to take a final vote on becoming the latest big U.S. city to endorse a hike in the minimum wage.
These customers are not happy, according to a survey.
Wall Street firms have sought to change work policies for young bankers as Silicon Valley competition grows, the NYT reports.
Martin O'Malley's past centrist views and Wall Street hobnobbing may make it especially challenging for him, Politico's Ben White says.
Economic data do not suggest that the U.S. will see a significant second quarter rebound, Fed Governor Lael Brainard said Tuesday.