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As President Obama meets with labor leaders Tuesday to discuss strategy about the “fiscal cliff,” some analysts say the time may be right for a rebirth of labor activism.
Professors of finance calculate that buying high and selling low costs investors 1 percent of their returns every year.
An engineering degree and business school training gave Justin Ashton the background he needed to start a high tech company, but it was serving six years as an Air Force intelligence officer that taught him the skills he needs to lead the firm.
Earnings season in the euro zone has been marked with a raft of job cut announcements, demonstrating how the sovereign debt crisis is affecting the private sector and signaling more trouble ahead for the region.
Banking jobs in the City of London, the business and financial center of the U.K., will fall next year and drop even further in 2014, reaching their lowest level since 1993, according to a report by the Centre for Economics and Business Research.
Married men are paid higher salaries than any other type of employee. Part of this can be explained by the gender-wage gap — but it's also likely that there are other factors in play.
Jason Sadler is the kind of guy who will sell you the shirt off his back. Now, he's going to go one better — he'll sell you the name off his driver's license!
The October jobs report was encouraging, but it doesn’t change the outlook for still sluggish economic growth, Jan Hatzius, Goldman Sachs' chief economist, told CNBC’s “Squawk on the Street” on Friday.
Americans are taking on more debt than they are shedding, indicating a more resilient recovery is near.
There’s more to high-school popularity than just being elected prom-king or prom-queen, a recent study from a top economic research organization has found.
Tech startup founders in their 20s and 30s make all the headlines, but when it comes to entrepreneurship, increasingly it’s baby boomers who are more likely to be in business for themselves.
In their book the authors tell managers to get out of their offices and have more interaction with their people because employees may be telegraphing frustrations that you’re missing if you're stuck behind a desk.
A study of college freshman shows that 86 percent want to be financially well-off -- up more than 10 percent from last year.
It was an enticing tease, a resignation letter published in the Op-Ed pages of the New York Times. In it Greg Smith told the world why he was leaving Goldman Sachs breaking one of the most sacred rules and parting the curtains to give the public a look inside the legendary investment bank.
Making business decisions for the benefit of your customers first will almost always pay long-term dividends no matter how tough they may be from a profit standpoint at the moment.
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From elves to vampires and reindeer wranglers, here's a look at some of the season's odder jobs. Wait, you want me to do what?!
Romney has said his focus on small business is what distinguishes himself from the last Republican president, George W. Bush. But their approaches to entrepreneurs seem pretty similar, according to the New York Times.
Have you sat in a job interview gazing into your inquisitor’s eyes and felt that he or she was only seeing your “expiration date?” If so, you wouldn't be alone. Ageism is real, writes this author who offers advice for those over 50 and looking for work.
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Wholesale inventories rose as companies built up stocks of autos and machinery, though sales declined.
The administration pointed to declining budget deficit and improved housing market as likely factors for economic growth.
The loss of economic momentum in some emerging market economies (EME) is hitting global growth prospects, the OECD has warned.