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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.
Concerns about the stalling Chinese economy won't cause a U.S. recession, says Roger Altman, founder of investment banking advisory firm Evercore Partners.
Enacting pacts like the TPP will help create high-paying jobs and contribute to stronger global economic growth, says Rio Tinto CEO Sam Walsh.
"You have to close the stores that don't work," CNBC's Jim Cramer says.
"When it's in the press, it's in the price," Fidelity Worldwide Investment's Paras Anand says. He has advice on how to break out of the echo chamber.
Here's the big problem with retirement today, says Bailey Childers, the executive director of the National Public Pension Coalition.
President Obama's final State of the Union was simpler than his predecessor's and showed his particular brand of politics.
Congress can do one thing now to create thousands of jobs and drive economic growth at home, says Cisco's Jennifer Sanford.
In his State of the Union address, President Obama vowed to keep fighting for workers'rights. Here's how.
More employers on Main Street are feeling optimistic about near-term business prospects and plan to add new positions.
A ruling in the teachers' favor would affect millions of government workers. The New York Times reports.
Job openings were nearly flat at 5.431 million in November, the Bureau of Labor Statistics said Tuesday.
British oil firm BP announced plans on Tuesday to slash 5 percent of its global workforce in the face of a continued slump in oil prices.