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Both birth-parents and their partners qualify for fully paid leave, Eater reports.
President Donald Trump has to come up with a "financing plan," billionaire real estate developer Richard Lefrak tells CNBC.
President Trump's move to overhaul NAFTA could end up hurting workers in states that heavily supported him.
Housing has been a pillar of growth, but weak business investment has been the economy's biggest drag for nearly two years, reports USA Today.
The world's largest contract electronics maker is considering setting up a display-making plant in the United States.
Trump wants confrontational trade policies, and Congress will help him get them, writes Vox's Matt Yglesias.
Angola's capital city Luanda is the priciest city for expatriates to relocate to this year, according to a study.
Low pay and overwork force medical graduates to switch to other professions, Financial Times reports.
Two of Europe's biggest banks warned on Wednesday that they could each move about 1,000 jobs out of London.
Ma has made headlines in recent weeks for his meeting with President-elect Donald Trump.
Is the president-elect actually behind what might appear to be a hiring bonanza? Economic evidence suggests otherwise, NBC News reports.
The economy is closing in on the Fed's goals, giving it impetus to start reducing the support it has provided, Chair Janet Yellen said.
A pickup in manufacturing, "widespread" reports of labor shortages and improving business investment set the stage for the Federal Reserve's December rate hike amid signs of steady economic growth across the country, the Fed reported.
Companies eager to avoid becoming the target of a Trump Twitter attack are pre-emptively announcing US job-creation plans, NBC News reports.
Developments in technology provide women with an opportunity to “leapfrog” male counterparts and correct gender imbalance, according to ManpowerGroup.
After meeting with President-elect Donald Trump, Bayer and Monsanto pledged jobs and investment, but is this spending new?
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