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Investors looking for clues on how the slightly weaker-than-expected June jobs report figures into the Fed's thinking should relax, market watcher Richard Bernstein tells CNBC.
American companies kicked off the summer with modest,sending nonfarm payrolls up 223,000 in June, according to Labor Department numbers released Thursday.
The BBC said it will cut more than 1,000 jobs because it expects to receive $234 million less than forecast in the next financial year.
The U.S. Labor Department said Thursday that the unemployment rate hit 5.3 percent in June, but does that rate tell the real story?
The sharing economy is allowing many people to supplement their current incomes, or make a full-time job out of part-time work.
Venture capitalist Bill Tai has a knack for spotting hot new start-ups. Want to think like him? Check out his summer reading list.
U.S. franchise job gains bounced back in June from a 14-month low in May, ADP said Wednesday.
Private companies in June created positions at the fastest clip this year, indicating a thaw in the labor market as summer began.
Think Obama's new overtime policy will help your paycheck? You may be wrong, the Fiscal Times reports.
President Barack Obama is pushing a proposal to extend overtime payment to more white-collar workers. Main Street reacts.
The White House wants millions more American workers to collect overtime pay. But it's far from clear just how many employers will go along.
To solve the race and wealth gap, the country must focus on "fair capitalism," says former NFL safety Jack Brewer.
The spiraling Greek debt crisis might delay the central bank from increasing rates, former Fed Gov. Larry Lindsey tells CNBC.
After the Supreme Court ruling, Obamacare IS here to stay—but it will be challenged and it will change long after Obama leaves office, says Dan Eaton.
Men are more likely to work longer hours at work, but women are more likely to complain about it. Check out this survey.
Amid calls for higher minimum wages around the country, an employment policy expert believes computers will start taking jobs.
The SBA revealed on Friday that the federal government awarded almost 25 percent in federal contracts to small businesses — $91.7 billion.
The U.S. has subsidized job training and offered benefits to workers displaced by foreign competition since 1974.
A lawyer and an ad-man leave their corporate jobs to open up their own brewery.
Japan's households opened their wallets a bit wider than expected in May, with household expenditures jumping for the first time in more than a year.