"A 5.5% unemployment rate clinches a June rate hike which means 'patient' comes out in a week and a half," said one chief market analyst.
The government analyzed occupational data to come up with a list of jobs that will see the most growth in the decade ending 2022.
Avago Technologies, Facebook and Michael Kors are among 9 companies that are growing the fastest in America, USA Today reports.
It's hard to poke holes in the bull market, but this is how some investors say the party could end.
San Francisco residents looking to discreetly sell their homes are increasingly turning to "off-market" deals.
A June rate hike by the Fed is looking more likely again, market watcher Jim Paulsen tells CNBC shortly after the much stronger-than-expected jobs report.
The Hillary Clinton email story may fade in coming weeks, but it won't go away entirely, Politico's Ben White says.
Shareholders in Ma Bell shouldn't fret over the stock's exit from the Dow. It's a good thing, history shows.
A top Wall Street strategist makes the case that Apple, the world's largest stock, is not, in fact, owned by enough investors.
Most managers compete against the S&P 500, but the Dow Jones Industrial Average remains the granddaddy of stock indexes, for good reason.
Three things to watch for at Monday's expected launch of the Apple Watch.
A BNSF Railway train loaded with crude oil that derailed and caught fire Thursday afternoon was still burning Friday.
Many companies are bringing employees back in-house, believing higher productivity and better ideas come from working side by side.
The strong jobs report may have just put June back on the table for the first Fed rate hike, says Ron Insana.
Tech giant Apple is joining the Dow Jones Industrial Average on March 18, replacing AT&T.
Labor Secretary Thomas Perez tells CNBC that gains are creating an undeniable tailwind in the economy, but there is still work to be done on wages.
NBC Universal announced its executive reshuffling of its news department, bringing back former news chief Andy Lack.
Art Cashin of UBS, weighs in on the Fed remaining data dependent and its struggle to maintain credibility. The euro is headed to parity, says Cashin. Also Cashin talks about Apple's pending move to the Dow and Friday's jobs numbers.
Privacy experts warn that with so many microphones and cameras in homes, outsiders could have more insight into your life than you know.
Charles Schwab introduces a free investment service for consumers who crave low-cost personalized advice. The New York Times reports.