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It's a staple of every presidential campaign: Candidates walk through a manufacturing plant and say they will bring back millions of jobs.
Going into this week's gathering, the central bank wants to keep a possible December hike alive, says Krishna Guha.
Grading the U.S. economy, the rosiest scores from two billionaires on CNBC would average about a 68, equal to a D+ on a report card.
These cuts come as part of a larger initiative led by CEO Marvin Ellison to revamp the stores' image and sales.
CEO John Challenger says that even though job cuts are higher this year, lower jobless claims could mean the laid-off are transitioning quickly.
It's great that Paul Ryan is putting family first, says Jennifer Owens. Will he keep it going and help other parents?
He called out workers who don’t do their jobs. Yet Rubio boasts the Senate's worst record of absenteeism. Fiscal Times reports.
In the continued absence of wage and inflationary pressures, the Fed should be in no rush to increase interest rates, the former treasury secretary says.
The number of Americans raking in tens of millions of dollars rose in 2014 from the year before.
If some economists are right, it's going to take a whole lot less progress in the jobs market to get the unemployment rate to keep falling.
Americans fared better in 2014 than 2013, though most wage earners fell below the national average.
Evidence is mounting that the jobs recovery's best days are in the rearview mirror.
It's taken a few months, but Amazon is finally fighting back against the New York Times, reports Re/code.
CNBC talked with former super-agent Molly Fletcher about the mistakes people make in their job negotiations.
Danny Meyer also says the rest of the fine dining industry should take note before it's too late.
Celebrity chef Marcus Samuelsson says here's the biggest challenge he faces when opening a new restaurant and his creative solution.
The JOLTS reading of 5.4 million job openings missed estimates of 5.63 million.
Companies around the world are scrambling to understand millennials' behavior patterns amid HR worry about how hard they find it to stay put.
Twitter and Square CEO Jack Dorsey stressed the importance of hiring employees that reflect a company's customers.
The global economy would get a major boost if this demographic was contributing more, say Melanne Verveer and Kim Azzarelli.