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Despite anecdotal evidence, a new study is dismissing the U.S. manufacturing renaissance as little more than a "myth."
Wage numbers reflect a growing labor skills gap, which is a "real, real issue" in the U.S. economy, an executive said on Friday.
Retail analyst Stacey Widlitz says that layoffs have been a long time coming in an industry with too many stores.
The drop in wages is at odds with other wage indicators, JPMorgan's chief U.S. economist, Michael Feroli, told CNBC.
Art Cashin, UBS' director of floor operations at the NYSE, told CNBC that what happened in Paris did not shake the markets.
It's been awhile since most American workers have seen a decent raise. And a lot of them are getting fed up.
There was a lot to like about the December payrolls report—except for those who were making less at the end of the month than they were at the start.
Here's why CNBC's Jim Cramer says Friday's jobs numbers are beneficial for stocks, but not for the labor force.
A.K. Verma, an executive engineer at the Central Public Works Department, was fired after last appearing for work in December 1990, according to Reuters.
Job kept the pace in December, with the U.S. economy creating 252,000 jobs to close out the year, while the unemployment rate dropped to 5.6 percent.
Chicago Fed President Charles Evans tells CNBC he'd be patient on raising interest rates.
Former Treasury Secretary Larry Summers tells CNBC that investments need to be made to get the U.S. economy stronger.
Bubbles could be forming in financial markets in today's zero interest rate environment, Richard Parsons tells CNBC.
U.S. job growth likely remained brisk in December, setting the economy up for a stronger pace of expansion this year.
Here's how the government can help entrepreneurs create opportunity—and the all-important jobs—in the year ahead, says this Ernst & Young executive.
Coca-Cola says the cuts will help "streamline and simplify our structure."
The Golden Arches is cutting jobs at its headquarters in Chicago.
Intel has established a $300 million fund to improve the diversity of the company's work force, reports the New York Times.
Private-sector job creation popped in December, with companies adding a better-than-expected 241,000 workers, according to payroll processor ADP.
Gas prices may be at their lowest in five years but wait just a second before you go raising gas taxes, says Jake Novak.
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