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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.
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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.
Practical majors like pharmaceutical marketing are exploding. But here's why they're not all that, says one Wharton professor.
The health-care industry has driven much of the gap between U.S. job openings and new hires.
Venture capitalist Bill Tai talks about MaiTai, where Silicon Valley deals get done, and why entrepreneurs love the crazy sport of kiteboarding.
"I think we could see some knee-jerk reactions coming up either later this year or sometime next," CME Group President Terry Duffy tells CNBC.
An all-of-the-above approach to helping struggling Americans needs to be undertaken, including raising the minimum wage, billionaire JB Pritzker tells CNBC.
Gap plans to close 26 percent of its North American stores over the next several years in an effort to turn itself around.
What does running a 24-hour race and being a good lawyer have in common? This Spartan and Tough Mudder world champion explains.
Wall Street believes the Fed is likely to start raising interest rates in September—unless financial markets turn violent enough to derail it.
Failure to move forward on a trade deal spearheaded by the U.S. will raise questions about American presidential leadership, Larry Summers tells CNBC.
Republican Paul Ryan, aligned with President Obama on trade, says the votes are there for one of the measures but possibly not the other.