After the U.S. economy created just 151,000 jobs in January, CNBC's Jim Cramer provides perspective on the health of stocks.» Read More
A moderate increase in U.S. paychecks may suggest companies are able to find the workers they need without offering higher pay.
GE Aviation will cut 238 engineering jobs in Ohio and 69 at other U.S. sites trimming more than 7 percent of its engineering workforce.
Markets may be volatile, and stocks off to their worst start of a year ever, but that should not influence the Fed, says Martin Feldstein.
Despite Lyft's decision to settle a suit this week, the issue of reclassifying drivers and workplace protections is far from over.
Thousands of jobs vacancies are going unfilled across the U.K. as employers struggle with an “unprecedented” skills shortage, a government report released Thursday showed.
The Fed hasn't taken rate hikes off the table, but it's likely to be cautious before the U.S. presidential election, Fed ex-Governor Robert Heller said.
The International Franchise Association says it will ask the Supreme Court to hear its challenge to parts of Seattle's $15 minimum wage.
Most people aged 45 or over would like to retire within the next five years, but two in five won't be able to do so, according to a HSBC report.
The Fed is in a very weird place right now. Here's what Ron Insana thinks policy makers could say in their statement this week.
Former Dallas Fed advisor Danielle DiMartino Booth tells CNBC why she thinks the central bank made a mistake in raising interest rates last year.
"Either we validate the financial asset prices ... or slip into a global recession," Allianz Chief Economic Adviser Mohamed El-Erian tells CNBC.
There are new job cuts ahead in the oil and gas sector, after major cost reductions have been squeezed out of capex and suppliers, a survey revealed.
The former Clinton administration treasury secretary also warned there's a danger of overreacting to market weakness.
Businesses were more likely to boost pay in the fourth quarter even as sales growth flattened and economic expectations fell.
Edible Arrangements President Rob Price offers these four tips for any business trying to satisfy its customers.
HSBC's co-head of Asian economics research tells CNBC the U.S. can live with a slowing Chinese economy.
Schlumberger's customers are abruptly cancelling projects, the world's largest oilfield services company warned, as took a $1B hit, the FT reports.
Trump is a businessman. But if he becomes president, will he be good for the market?
Barclays will cut about 230 jobs and exit cash equities in Asia, as part of a broader retrenchment, the FT reports.
If fed-funds futures are any indication, the Fed might have to roll back its rate hike, says Ron Isana.