U.S. manufacturing output rose for a second straight month in March, a sign of recovery from a long winter.» Read More
He got another rubber chicken for jobs. Bring on Romney’s filet mignon.
Edible Arrangement's CEO and founder, Tariq Farid, tells Squawk Box why McDonald's was the best job he ever had and how it influenced the rest of his career.
The impact of Europe's debt crisis on US companies is about to come out in the wash as second-quarter earnings season kicks off with Alcoa on Monday. Plus, China economic data.
Uncertainty about U.S. fiscal policy, Europe’s sovereign crisis and slower global growth have turned the U.S. economy into what feels like the walking dead, leaving businesses and consumers hesitant and reluctant to act.
Joe Echevarria, CEO of professional-services firm Deloitte, told CNBC he’s optimistic about the outlook for the country but said Washington must do more to remove uncertainty.
What the latest employment figures mean, experts say, is that getting the U.S. back to work remains—and is expected to be—a slow and painful process.
By attacking business computer networks, hackers are accessing company secrets and confidential strategies and creating huge losses for the overall economy.
A recent study from the Virginia Commonwealth University found that employees who brought their dogs to work experienced lower stress levels throughout the work day, reported higher levels of job satisfaction, and had a more positive perception of their employer.
While millions across the country struggle to find a job, a small but growing number of women are turning to manufacturing and welding jobs for a paycheck.
Some economists are raising their estimates for the June jobs report but even if the number is better than expected, “I don’t think that would take QE off the table," one strategist said.
A “not too hot, not too cold” jobs report will not be good enough for markets, Millar Tabak’s Peter Boockvar told CNBC’s “Closing Bell.”
CNBC.com presents a list of people who survived tragedies and responded by creating new careers and businesses. These new ventures helped them cope and inspired others.
While some people think you shouldn’t mess with success, especially a 114-year-old success, it’s always good to keep an open mind. Take Shriver's Salt Water Taffy company. Some new flavors and a robust social media site allow the third-generation family owned company to innovate while staying true to its roots.
Despite the high unemployment rate, many businesses have struggled to find qualified candidates for an abundance of high-skill jobs in technology, USA Today reports. Is it a skills gap — or a communications gap — that's contributing to sluggish job growth?
Enjoy the hot dogs and fireworks because after the Fourth of July holiday, the market will get hit with three job readings Thursday followed by the main event Friday — the June jobs report.
What would it be like to work with a superhero — Super awesome, right? Actually, it could be pretty annoying.
Small business owners, an increasingly disgruntled sector of the electorate, will be casting their votes with pocketbook issues at top of mind in this fall's presidential election, according to a nationwide survey of business owners.
Checking all those emails at home and taking all those phone calls after normal work hours is adding up to the tune of a month and a half of overtime a year.
A salary is among the most compelling factors for individuals deciding on a career path, a degree or even where to live, since some areas pay higher salaries for the same position.
New York’s biggest investment houses are shifting jobs out of the area and expanding in cheaper U.S. locales, threatening the vast middle tier of positions on Wall Street.
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