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The plant in Huntington operated by United Technologies Electronic Controls was not part of Trump's deal to save Carrier jobs. The New York Times reports.
As fast food employees push to increase the minimum wage, the former CEO of one chain tells CNBC that could be counterproductive.
Australia's Finance Minister Mathias Cormann welcomes the scrapping of a skilled worker visa program.
President Trump's first 100 days were marred by a series of failures. Here's how to avoid his mistakes, says Kabir Sehgal.
The president argued that "no matter what I accomplish during this ridiculous standard of the first 100 days," the media "will kill!"
One of the biggest drags on the economy has very little to do with economics, says Jake Novak.
Trump likes to say that he doesn't want to announce in advance when he's going to launch an attack. But on Tuesday, Vox reports he that did just that.
President Trump signed an executive order Tuesday calling for a full review of the H-1B visa program. Here's who will be most affected.
Trump's Mar-a-Lago resort has applied to use foreign workers despite Trump's pledge to "buy American" and "hire American."
U.S. President Donald Trump will push ahead with one of his major campaign pledges Tuesday when he signs an executive order that will overhaul the way foreign workers can work in high-skilled jobs in the U.S.
Australia's Malcolm Turnbull has confirmed plans to end the visa program permitting skilled migrants to work in the country for four years.
The layoffs are set to start June 23, and follow a prior involuntary reduction of 245 workers set for May 19.
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A start-up named Spacious is turning a handful of restaurants into daytime freelance work spaces.
A panel recommends that the U.S. develop tools to measure technology, jobs and skills as AI advances, the New York Times reports.
How Carl Icahn and other business "experts" destroyed good jobs and crushed a community that depended on them, says Dustin McKissen.
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