Alan Krueger, Princeton economics professor, explains why the worst thing the Fed can do is begin to reduce its asset buying program too soon. I do think that QE has been effective, says Krueger» Read More
One of the most popular — and already among the most funded — projects on Kickstarter is the Ostrich pillow, a hilarious yet practical product that gives you an instant napping environment — anywhere!
The best and worst leaders are often surprisingly similar, and our efforts to block the worst from power may also hinder us from getting the best ones.
The ratio of female board members has lagged, with less than 14 percent of these positions at the largest companies filled by women. We need government involvement, Richard Branson writes for Entrepreneur.
It’s nothing new for people to question economic data—in fact it’s a sport here at CNBC. The fast approaching election just amps up the volume on this conspiracy claims.
A chorus of skeptics charged that Friday's jobs report was cooked. AOL Jobs spoke to one of the economists at the BLS, John Mullins, about the process behind putting together the reports.
Facebook just passed the one billion user mark. That makes it the only employer on the planet capable of directly impacting a seventh of the world's population, except for the Communist Party of China.
A mismanaged CEO succession can have disastrous results, including significant financial losses, degradation of market share and competitive positioning, departure of key talent, or reputational damage to the brand.
Morgan Stanley is preparing to wield its axe again with more job cuts and smaller bonuses planned for next year as the investment bank attempts to boost shareholder returns.
The city of Chattanooga announced Geek Move, an incentive program that awards technology professionals $11,250 toward buying a home in the city.
Traders say Friday's jobs report may have more impact on the presidential race than the markets, though investors will still be watching closely.
Here's a low-overhead business: Selling New York City tap water! Yep, you wish you'd thought of it yourself, amiright?!
The first presidential debate is likely to focus on economic issues as President Obama and Mitt Romney clash over the size and role of government. Here are some of the topics that could come up.
I usually advise business leaders to welcome questions, to step into them—literally, take a step forward—and to stay loose and relaxed. But when the question is inappropriate, do the opposite: hold back, even step back - and here's why.
Your company is only as strong as its weakest employee. Here are the kinds of employees, who are preventing your start-up from growing. Do you have one on your payroll?
For an entrepreneur launching a start-up, it's easy to neglect your health and family. Writing for Entrepreneur, Sir Richard Branson shares his tested strategies for staying successful and sane.
With the debates starting, Mitt Romney’s campaign appears to be expanding beyond its hope of making the election a simple referendum on President Obama’s jobs record.
Ikea is coming under fire for deleting women from the Saudi version of its bargain furniture catalogs. The Global Post reports.
The summer holiday that went on the American Express card, the private indulgence charged to a Victoria’s Secret store card, the winter wardrobe that won’t be paid off until spring.
LinkedIn is a popular tool to help land a new job. Here's how to you use the site without alerting your boss that you've got one foot out the door.
Younger professionals are turning to freelance jobs more aggressively than older peers. Is this a boom or crisis for younger workers?