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Long-term unemployed in the U.S are having an easier time finding jobs — and the problem of long-term joblessness may disappear in the months ahead.
Don't think you're immune to an IRS audit just because you're a middle-class working stiff. Even an honest deduction in an area rife with abuse means could wind up getting you audited.
By joining a union, marijuana workers could have more sway in pressing for higher pay and benefits such as healthcare. Some legal marijuana retailers welcome the prospect of a unionized workforce - for now, at least.
As the housing market imploded, the gallows humor at S&P intensified. The New York Times reports.
Soccer match-fixing is a rapidly growing scandal around the world - but not the U.S. What gives, America? Do you just not care about "football"?
For Justice's basic theory of the case to make sense you have to believe that the investment banks wanted high ratings at any cost. Tough nut to crack.
President Obama turned to corporate leaders as he tried to rally support for comprehensive immigration reform.
A record month for inflows into stock mutual funds and exchange-traded funds, and people are declaring the retail investor is back. But is that return for real?
Several BlackBerry watchers are honing in on a potential problem -- the absence of several big apps may spell trouble for the company's new smartphone.
Selling by execs has surged since the Dow hit 14,000 and retail investors flooded into stocks.
U.S. home prices are suddenly soaring again and raising some serious red flags.
Forget California's Silicon Valley and New York's Silicon Alley. A small startup scene is emerging in the Midwest.
The SEC will host a public meeting that should capture the attention of every entrepreneur, investor and job seeker, writes this pro.
Despite Monday's sharp pullback, risk can rally further in the medium term and the S&P500 could break through 2007 record levels, Nomura Strategist Bob Janjuah said on Tuesday.
Remember when stock market regulators ditched fractions and started rounding to the nearest penny? The SEC is reconsidering.
While retail investors pile into stocks, corporations are pulling back.
Sometimes, we get mired in details and this executive coach has some tips to help you get to the point.
Super Bowl Sunday is an economic boon for many U.S. companies, and the impact is perhaps no stronger than in the food service industry, two food CEOs told CNBC on Monday.
Criminal organizations have infiltrated the highest levels of soccer, threatening the integrity of the sport, law enforcement officials said Monday.
Risks to Spain's economy and financial sector remain elevated as it undergoes a difficult process of fiscal and external adjustment, the IMF reported Monday.