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Higher wages and a war for talent are on the horizon as companies compete for a shrinking pool of skilled labor, John Challenger says.
The Bank of England held its benchmark interest rate at a record low on Thursday, prompted by feeble wage growth and stagnation in the euro zone.
JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon completed cancer treatment Wednesday, Reuters reported adding that his "prognosis is very good."
Ford Motor will expand its regional recall on Takata passenger side airbag inflators at the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration's request.
Asian stock markets rallied on Thursday on the back of strong U.S. data, with China's benchmark index leading the gains.
Australia's retail sales exceeded expectations in October, sending mixed signals on the economy following below-view economic growth figures earlier this week.
Lower gas prices, higher holiday spending and employment growth were expected to act as the main catalysts for a stronger economy.
President Obama tells the Business Roundtable "it makes no sense that we have a first-class economy with second-class infrastructure."
Saudi Arabia expects oil prices to stabilize around $60 a barrel, Dow Jones reported Wednesday, citing sources familiar with the situation.
Honda Motor on Wednesday said it will expand a recall of automobiles with Takata driver's side air bags to include all 50 states.
U.S. crude futures held their gains after data from the Department of Energy showed oil inventories fell by 3.7 million barrels.
A gauge of growth in the U.S. services sector rose more than expected in November even as its employment component dipped.
Johnson & Johnson has hired Goldman Sachs to explore a sale of its artificial sweetener Splenda, sources familiar with the matter told Reuters.
The monthly pace of growth in the U.S. services sector slowed a bit more than previously estimated in November to its lowest level since April.
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U.S. third-quarter nonfarm productivity grew faster than initially thought, while sharp revisions to compensation pointed to muted wage inflation.
Private sector job creation kept up its recent pace in November, though the 208,000 new jobs was a shade below expectations, according to ADP.
The holiday week was slow for potential home buyers but even slower for those looking to save money on their monthly mortgage payments.
Ukraine's Energy Minister Volodymyr Demchyshyn said an accident at the Zaporizhzhya nuclear power plant in southeast Ukraine posed no danger.
Business activity in the euro zone fell again in November, putting pressure on the European Central Bank (ECB) the act.