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February saw fewer layoffs as employers announced major hiring initiatives.
Abteen Vaziri, director for Greystone EB-5, offers his thoughts on the future of the U.S. EB-5 visa program.
Trump has claimed credit for job creation and corporate spending initiatives, but are they all a result of him? NBC News fact checks his claims.
Instead of strikes, I'm all for getting noticed and gaining traction by doing. By getting stuff done, says Sharon Napier.
The U.S. private sector was expected to create 190,000 jobs in February, down from the 246,000 jobs reported a month earlier.
U.S. employers hired fewer workers in February, though hiring rates remain strong, the workforce report shows.
On International Women's Day, consider acts of courage by immigrant women and commit to fighting with and for them, says Lena Dunham.
The ADP private payrolls report for February is scheduled for release Wednesday morning, ahead of the nonfarm payrolls figures due Friday.
"To be perfectly honest, I don't want to work with someone who did well in that environment," Leslie Miley, on leave from Slack, told The Guardian.
On International Women's Day 2017 we need to address the persistent gender gap in corporate America, says Lise Kingo.
"The right solution is ... not to try to hold back technology," Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross tells CNBC.
Chair Yellen used a word that I have not heard in almost a decade to describe the coming shift in policy, says Ron Insana.
Deregulatory measures taken by the new administration are spurring growth in small business, Paychex CEO Marty Mucci says.
The global economy is expected to grow around 3.5 percent in 2018 compared to 3 percent in 2016, but the modest recovery may be derailed, the OECD warned.
It could be to an employee's advantage to proofread and send a request in writing, writes Jen Hubley Luckwaldt.
American business economists think that President Donald Trump's effort to restrict immigration is a bad idea.
Jim Cramer goes over the stocks and events on his radar for the stock market next week.
Markets now expect an interest rate hike this month. But first thing's first.
One guy got fired for tweeting something insensitive about the Navy Seal widow Trump highlighted in his speech to Congress. When does a tweet go too far?
Boeing Co has accepted 1,880 voluntary layoffs from its union machinists and engineers in the Seattle area, the unions said.
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