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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.
What business is Uber really in? Lawyer Dan Eaton gets to the heart of the Uber-driver-as-employee ruling.
Same-day delivery company Instacart said it started to reclassify some of its workforce as part-time employees, Re/code reports.
Think shoppers forget retail data breaches? Nope. Consultant Brett Conradt busts 5 myths about retail hacks.
Indonesian companies are shedding jobs as they grapple with the weakest economic growth in six years, adding to the troubles facing President Joko Widodo.
On Wall Street, Casual Fridays can't make your career, but they can certainly BREAK it, says Turney Duff.
Here are the Top Best Most lucrative jobs from home.
NewsCorp is cutting jobs in its news publishing unit at Dow Jones and shifting into digital media, the Wall Street Journal reported.
In the U.S., the average job interview process now takes 23 days—almost double the time it took five years ago.
The Fed could increase a key short-term interest rate to as much as 2 percent by the end of next year, JPMorgan Chief U.S. Economist Michael Feroli tells CNBC.
Americans spend more time in traffic with the average American spending 45 minutes going to and from work, USA Today reports.
The Fed's latest statement suggests there won't be any rate action this summer, says Ron Insana.
This ex-trader started Spartan Race to get in on the weekend warrior business. At first, he admits, it wasn't a "good" investment.
The Fed on Wednesday is expected to acknowledge an improving economy and clear the runway for a historic liftoff in short-term rates from zero sometime later this year.