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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.
Concerns about oil's slide shaking up the job or stock markets are overblown, Elevation Partners co-founder Roger McNamee says.
Stagnant family earning power, low productivity growth, labor population trends are cause for concern, said economist Robert Hall.
Millions of workers just got a pay raise, but there's a gulf between those who think wage policies will help or hurt the economy.
Minimum wages rose in 20 states recently, igniting the decades-old debate of how higher wages affect businesses and consumers.
The Pentagon's Office of Net Assessment is losing Andrew Marshall, the only leader it ever had, and needs a replacement.
With South Korea's youth unemployment at a 14-year high and hiring sluggish, thousands of students due to graduate are likely to instead stay on campus.
With the onset of the new year, 29 states will exceed the federal minimum wage of $7.25 an hour at the beginning of January.
Japan's shrinking workforce is helping spur acceptance of women into male-dominated industries such as haulage and construction. The Financial Times reports.
Hourly wage workers in 21 states are welcoming higher pay in the new year. What now for the wage fight in 2015?
"One great positive is greater buying power," says Center for American Progress fellow Christian Weller.
Salaries and team records provide some insight into how much recently fired NFL coaches got paid relative to team success.
The plunge in oil prices may force companies that service the oil and gas industry to brace for leaner times.
Apparently, these are the four most explosive words you can say in America today. Jake Novak responds to reader comments on his latest op-ed.
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