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Jarden CEO James Lillie told CNBC on Wednesday he believes the U.S. consumer is "healthy."
Mohamed El-Erian also tells CNBC a Greek exit from the euro would cause "short-term chaos," but it would not bring the global economy to its knees.
Robert Gallagher’s office is the cockpit of a helicopter. His company, Coldstream Helicopters, gets paid to fly heli-skiers to places of untracked snow.
Target plans to lay off about 720 people as the retailer winds down its operations in Canada.
They are only in their 20s, but some Wall Street bankers are the most sought-after around, with lucrative pay packages dangling before them.
Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner's move to eliminate union dues is "unconstitutional," AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka told CNBC on Tuesday.
A new study shows that lost wages early in a career can reduce overall earnings for a lifetime: Not good news for millennials.
Home Depot said it has started to hire more than 80,000 seasonal workers for the spring selling season, the company's busiest period.
Massive opportunities still exist in China despite slowing growth there, says Michael Yoshikami.
Concern over the growth rate of wages may be misplaced, and retiring baby boomers are to blame, portfolio manager Ed Keon tells CNBC.
The U.S. economy has achieved sustainable growth, but wages remain a problem, the Treasury secretary told CNBC in an exclusive interview.
More than three decades after her death, Ayn Rand remains both influential and controversial in the debate over free markets.
The U.S. economy may have added more jobs than expected in January, but ...
The strong January jobs report points to millennials spreading their wings, economist Diane Swonk tells CNBC.
You won't believe what Elly Truesdell gets paid to do all day for Whole Foods. It will make any foodie drool.
The U.S. Labor Department said Friday that the unemployment rate hit 5.7 percent in January, but does that rate tell the real story?
The unemployment rate edged higher but the U.S. economy added a better-than-expected 257,000 jobs in January, according to the latest data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
The Philly Fed president tells CNBC he'd argue for raising interest rates sooner rather than later, especially after the strong January jobs report.
As the FAA considers drones for commercial use, demand is spiking for the engineers needed to design the aircraft, and operators needed to run them.
U.S. job growth likely remained firm in January, supporting views that consumers will have enough muscle to carry the economy through tough times.