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Across the U.S. employers fired hundreds of protestors who skipped work to participate in rallies.
Roles will be created in Amazon's London head office and around the country where new staff will be working on key innovations.
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The administration reportedly is looking into excluding re-exports from trade deficit calculations.
Norway has called on political leaders to put greater emphasis on job creation in order to rebalance society and withstand extremism.
Amazon still acts like a startup and shows great technical superiority in areas like artificial intelligence Mark Cuban tells CNBC.
IT service firm Accenture has announced the creation of 15,000 new jobs in the U.S. and is opening 10 innovation centers in U.S. cities.
President Trump thinks the country is "a mess." But it's not showing up in much of the latest economic data.
Tying currency to gold would make Trump's promise of ending currency manipulation a lot more doable, former Trump advisor Judy Shelton told CNBC Wednesday.
The economy is in the right place for a rate hike, but the Fed probably won't raise in March, economist Mark Zandi says.
The Verge interviews a worker that may have to leave the country where she's lived almost all her life.
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The Fed chair's testimony before Congress this week comes as the banking industry is about to undergo a dramatic makeover.
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