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Layoffs surged in January to the highest levels since last summer as employers in the retail and energy sectors pulled out the pink slips.
New data shows mid-size manufacturers — long considered past their prime to overseas pressures — are still going strong in the U.S. economy.
WalletHub reveals the states that rely most heavily on the gun industry for jobs and political contributions.
Job growth in the private sector slowed in January as larger companies hired fewer workers than the previous month.
What if welfare recipients were matched with small task jobs at places like Uber and TaskRabbit?
Despite the worst January for the stock market since 2009, small business hiring bounced last month, according to a survey.
European countries are the top destinations for people thinking of developing their career abroad, a survey from HSBC has found.
The Fed will soon test major U.S. banks for their ability to cope with the worst economic scenarios, which sends a strong policy statement.
American paychecks got bigger last year, but the gains are still relatively weak by historical standards.
The Fed out of step with the rest of the world's monetary policy makers, which could create dire consequences for the economy, says Ron Insana.
HSBC is imposing a hiring and pay freeze across the bank globally in 2016, two sources familiar with the matter told Reuters.
Former accountant creates the World's strongest coffee and scores a Super Bowl ad.
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.
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