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Millions went on strike on Wednesday, the latest display of opposition to Prime Minister Narendra Modi's reform package.
A judge has granted Uber drivers class-action status in a lawsuit that claims the start-up treats drivers like employees without offering benefits.
Marissa Mayer's plan to take a shortened maternity leave sends the wrong message, says Ellen Bravo.
Companies added 190,000 jobs to close out the summer, better than July's downward-revised 177,000 but below anticipation for 201,000 new positions.
Still, franchise employment growth was still above that of the overall labor market, said ADP's Ahu Yildirmaz.
Despite rapid economic growth in the Philippines in recent years, unemployment remains a problem, the Financial Times reports.
Uber drivers are entitled to class action status in litigation over whether they are independent contractors or employees, a judge said.
Wall Street could be in for another rocky ride Wednesday.
ConocoPhillips said it is planning to cut about 10 percent of its global workforce, with the largest percentage of cuts in North America.
Shaking up tech's male culture is not only the right thing to do, it's essential for the industry's future, says RebelMouse CEO Paul Berry.
Market turmoil has investors running for a place to hide, but for one technician the choice is obvious: consumer discretionary.
Weeks of belt tightening at Wal-Mart included asking workers to leave shifts early or take two-hour lunches.
Unemployment across the euro zone fell in July to its lowest level in 3 years.
A new Economic Policy Institute report finds that minimum-wage workers earn far less than they need, especially in Washington.
The smartphone slowdown is showing up in falling profits for handset makers, as well as sweeping job cuts across the once red-hot sector.
U.S. Labor Secretary Thomas Perez cited the "resilience" of workers and economic growth, but also saw "unfinished business."
Broadening the definition of "employer" may cause a legal battle between business interests and organized labor. NBC News reports.
Societe Generale's notoriously bearish strategist Albert Edwards believes there is a high probability that U.S. indexes have already entered a bear market.
Forget a rate hike for 2015, policymakers may have to consider further quantitative easing, Minneapolis Fed's president tells CNBC.
CEOs worldwide may be eyeing China right now, but European business leaders are also concerned about rumblings in an economy closer to home.