BERLIN— Germany's unemployment rate was steady at 6.3 percent in November as the labor market in Europe's largest economy remained strong. The Federal Statistical Office said Thursday that 2.72 million people were out of work in Germany in November, about 16,000 fewer than in October and not enough to change the unemployment rate. Adjusted for seasonal...» Read More
NEW YORK— Dancers at a strip club are due more than $10 million in back wages and tips, a federal judge ruled Friday after the dancers sued to be paid at least a minimum wage. "We are very happy with the court's ruling," said the dancers' Minneapolis- based lawyer, E. Michelle Drake. The club's owner, Houston- based RCI Hospitality Holdings Inc., said it planned to appeal and...
CNBC's Tyler Mathisen looks ahead to what are likely to be next week's top business and financial stories. Winter arrived in much of the country. A Senate committee will be holding hearings into defective airbags, and retail earnings are on the way.
Exotic dancers at a Manhattan strip club were awarded nearly $10.9M by a judge who found they were unfairly classified as independent contractors.
IG Metall President Detlef Wetzel said in a statement Friday from Frankfurt, Germany, that called on Volkswagen to "show its true colors" in officially recognizing the United Auto Workers union as its bargaining partner at the Chattanooga factory once the union proves it has signed up a majority of workers there. It also appears to reflect some concern that a new...
In recruiting programmers from elite universities, Wall Street runs up against the idea that Silicon Valley is the technological promised land. NYT reports.
The promotion of global growth, along with an infrastructure initiative, will be top priorities at the G-20 Summit, says Steve Ciobo Parliamentary Secretary to the Treasurer, Australia.
Joseph LaVorgna, Deutsche Bank, weighs in on new data from the Job Openings and Labor Turnover Survey.
WASHINGTON, Nov 13- In a paradoxically good development for the U.S. economy, Americans quit their jobs in September at the fastest rate in over six years. Two percent of U.S. job-holders, or about 2.8 million workers, left their jobs under their own volition in September, the Labor Department said. Second, Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen has signaled the quits...
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov 13- The Federal Reserve remains poised to start raising U.S. interest rates by mid-2015, according to a Reuters poll of economists, but at a pace that's well short of what Fed officials themselves say would be appropriate. The latest poll, conducted Nov. 7-13, showed that economists also expect the job market to continue to strengthen and...
WASHINGTON, Nov 13- The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits rose more than expected last week, yet it remained near a 14- year low in a reminder that the labor market appears to be moving toward full health. Initial claims for state unemployment benefits rose 12,000 to 290,000 for the week ended Nov. 8, the Labor Department said on...
WASHINGTON, Nov 13- The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits rose more than expected last week, yet it remained near a 14- year low in a reminder that one small part of the labor market has returned to full health. Initial claims for state unemployment benefits rose 12,000 290,000 for the week ended Nov. 8, the Labor Department said on...
DUDLEY:' VERY ACCOMMODATIVE' POLICY NEEDED TO DEAL WITH TOO HIGH UNEMPLOYMENT, TOO LOW INFLATION.
Nov 12- Alerts first released on Friday Nov. 7 detailing the U.S. non-farm payroll data were repeated in error at 0937 GMT Wednesday.
Adam Posen, President of the Peterson Institute for International Economics and Former MPC Member at the Bank of England talks about recent employment data, saying that wage growth is a "lagging indicator" for businesses, therefore this data should reflect the "past strength" of the U.K. economy.
One Wall Street firm is actively recruiting American Veterans. CNBC's Dominic Chu has the story.
One Chick-fil-A manager has had it! He banned a list of slang words that employees are no longer allowed to use.
CNBC's Dominic Chu reports on Drexel Hamilton's efforts to help veterans make the transition from life on the battlefield to a career in business.
CNBC's Kate Rogers takes a look at companies that offer veterans employment opportunities in the tech industry.
A lot of parents have no idea what their adult children do for a living. LinkedIn offers one solution—bring them to work.
CNBC's Sharon Epperson reports on the new way start-ups and small businesses are finding space to work.