July 1- U.S. private employers ramped up their hiring in June, as a report by a payrolls processor on Wednesday showed businesses adding the greatest number of workers in six months, a further sign of labor market improvement that may allow the Federal Reserve to raise interest rates later this year. "The U.S. job machine remains in high gear," Mark Zandi, chief...» Read More
The virtual office has made communications among far-flung teams tough, but this business app lets people share data from any device.
NEW YORK, April 1- U.S. private employers added 189,000 jobs last month, below economists' expectations and the lowest since Jan. 2014, a report by a payrolls processor showed on Wednesday. February's private payrolls were revised up to an increase of 214,000 from the previously reported 212,000. The manufacturing sector in March showed a decrease of 1,000 jobs,...
*Markit, ISM services data on tap. *Shortly after the opening bell, two readings on the services sector are expected with the final February reading of financial data firm Markit's Purchasing Managers Index at 9:45 a.m.. The Institute for Supply Management's gauge on the services sector in February is scheduled for a 10 a.m. release.
As office desk space becomes more scarce, so does privacy in the workplace, The New York Times reports.
WASHINGTON, Feb 5- America's vast staffing industry knows it's time to jack up wages when it becomes difficult to find enough workers. While 2014 was the strongest year of job gains in the recovery from the 2007-09 recession, rising output is not yet translating into substantial wage gains for the workers Kelly Services, one of the country's largest providers of...
Jan 12- United Airlines is assessing whether to outsource jobs at airports around the country in a cost-cutting effort that could impact some 2,000 workers. The Chicago- based carrier informed employees Monday that jobs up for review included baggage handlers and gate and customer service agents at 28 airports that are not hubs, ranging from Atlanta to...
United Airlines is assessing whether to outsource jobs at airports around the country in a cost-cutting effort.
Staples forecast a decline in sales in the current quarter as it struggles to win back shoppers who have shifted office supply purchases to e-retailers, mass merchants and drugstores.
As Sweden tests out a six hour work day, the Asia Squawk Box team discusses if it could ever work in Asia.
Staples forecast a fall in quarterly sales and said it would close up to 225 stores in North America by 2015.
John Tucker, founder and CEO of Laser Plus Imaging, and CEO network member of YPO, shares his experience since the shutdown.
Mark Dixon, CEO of Regus, a multinational corporation that provides serviced office accommodation, tells CNBC that activity in the US is improving but they¿re in a part of the market that's growing anyway.
Modems and routers are bigger energy hogs than laptops and cell phone chargers. On a national scale, it’s pretty staggering: $1 billion a year in electricity.
Find yourself crashing after lunch time? Here's why: 2:55pm is the least productive time of day.
After a morning filled with false starts and confusion, office supply retailers Office Depot and OfficeMax on Wednesday announced a deal approved by the boards of both companies.
Office supply retailers Office Max and Office Depot are near a merger that could be announced this week, according to people familiar with the matter.
Scientists once revealed that sitting all day leads to a cascade of harmful metabolic effects. Now there's new evidence that not only is it making you fatter, but it might also be making you dumber.
Using data provided by the financial information firm Sageworks, CNBC.com shows which industries took the worst beating in 2009 and 2010.
Hotels have found a new business opportunity in today's mobile, technology-driven world: selling small, tech-equipped meeting rooms for private business gatherings.
In another sign the American economy is on the comeback trail, a new survey from KPMG shows optimism is improving among U.S. manufacturing and service industry executives. Executives in both key sectors say the worst is behind us.