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Twenty-five cities show better prospects for job seekers, according to online jobs marketplace Glassdoor. Here are top five cities.
Federal Reserve officials at their April meeting mostly brushed aside the wobbly start the U.S. economy has had in 2015.
Bob Doll said he believes the Fed will "find every excuse to move" with higher interest rates, and here's why.
A small bank in Florida is the first to open a bank account for the Cuban government, CNBC confirms.
A new report shows more than 80,000 Americans are employed by Chinese companies, up from 15,000 five years ago. Here's where those jobs are.
Japan's economy staged an encouraging comeback in the first quarter, expanding at its fastest pace in a year.
Los Angeles will raise its minimum wage by 2020, as workers in the U.S. rally for higher wages, The New York Times reports.
Strong housing starts data and rising house prices bode well for stocks including Masco and Mohawk, an industry analyst said.
The San Francisco Fed, building on research by CNBC, found that if 1Q GDP were seasonally adjusted it would have been reported as 1.8% vs. 0.2%.
The NHTSA confirmed Tuesday earlier reports that air bag manufacturer Takata plans to declare 33.8 million vehicles defective.
April's surprise surge in home construction and building permits renewed hope for a spring rebound, after weeks of disappointing economic news.
Arizona will drop at least 1,600 families—including more than 2,700 children—from the state's federally funded welfare program next year.
Patent trolls took a hit in 2014, but they aren't dead yet. Patent litigation dropped for the first time in five years, according to a new study.
Here’s what needs to happen to create an environment to help manufacturing succeed, says PPG executive Bryan Iams.
Exclusive data to CNBC from Brandwatch shows which food, restaurant, and beverage brands have the best and worst presence on social media.
Stocks have entered what could be viewed as a "twilight zone," until the economy improves enough for the Fed to hike rates, according to some strategists.
The Department of Transportation announced on Monday that it will hold a public hearing on Fiat Chrysler's performance during its 20 recalls.
There's buzz that Dow Theory is flashing a warning sign but NYSE floor trader Kenny Polcari isn't buying it. Here's why.
Changes to the healthcare system could explain the decrease of the consumer sentiment index. The Fiscal Times reports.
Faced with inflation running too low for too long, the Fed should aim to boost inflation by keeping interest rates near zero, a top policymaker said.
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