Robert Walters, CEO of Robert Walters, discusses the outlook for global job creation and wage inflation and says that the U.K. should start to see wages rise in 2015.» Read More
Whether your career has landed you in the finance industry (poor you) or manufacturing or retail, you are in for a cold, dark winter. We all are. Our corporate leaders cannot cut 10% or 20%, much less 25% without chopping into some executive bone. That means you, partner. You, under the desk!
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Cramer draws important parallels between the Great Crash of 1929 and now. Find out why we're in better shape today.
Baseball pundits have called the Tampa Bay Rays run into the World Series a Cinderella story. I call it a great business model for fledging startups and even venerable companies.
Traders and investment bankers might have more to worry about than dwindling bonus pools this year as mass firings on Wall Street are set to hit a record.
Under the stewardship of Chief Justice John Roberts, whose own background is largely in appellate litigation on behalf of corporate interests, business cases are a “growth area” of the Court’s docket.
Lawmakers have called key players from the past and present to congressional hearings in an effort to find out what caused the biggest financial crisis since the 1930s and determine how the government plans to get the nation out of the mess.
The big debate now is how deep and how long the recession will be. The short answer is bad enough and probably the worst in 25 years.
The cruel earnings season for the American worker intensified Wednesday as more companies announced layoffs.
The US economy is entering a two-year recession that will be longer and deeper than previously feared, said Nouriel Roubini, a well-known economist and professor at New York University.
One of my coaching clients should have wrapped up her search weeks ago. But with budgets tightening, the job that she seemed poised to get may not be filled after all. This has happened twice now in her search.
Marc Hedlund has three ideas for how we can all prepare for tougher times ahead.
Democrats in Congress say any new economic stimulus bill would probably include road and bridge construction, help for state budgets and maybe new tax rebates.
The Fed could lend up to $540 billion in a new facility aimed at restoring liquidity for money market funds, Fed officials said.
I am boycotting the rest of the presidential campaign. I refuse to read or listen to any more rhetoric or attacks from either campaign. Obama blew his answer to the alleged plumber but McCain fumbled his prosecution of Obama at the debate last week. And now, everyone’s in a scrum to score points with Mr. Wurzelbacher, the wannabe business owner. Talk about fiddling while America is burning.
Economists say the best bang for the buck will come from helping housing, not another tax cut or extended unemployment benefits.
New York Governor David Patterson and New Jersey Governor Jon Corzine sounded off on the economy, Wall Street and regulation on Monday.