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Far from being the "coloring in department," responsible for making people want to buy products, marketing now has a broader remit than ever.
Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s biggest test will be whether or not he can satisfy the kingdom's appetite for jobs, say two experts.
In addition to a CEO and chief operating officer, Uber needs executives in charge of business, finance, communications, engineering and self-driving cars.
Carrier's plant in Indianapolis — the poster child for President Trump's pledge to save US jobs — is planning layoffs next month.
Artificial intelligence will be painful, but it brings with it opportunities, Alibaba CEO Jack Ma tells CNBC.
Alibaba founder Jack Ma to be interviewed by CNBC.
"It's about experience. It's about your life experience," said Ma, China's richest man.
The U.S. deficit in the broadest measure of trade rose to the highest level in a year during the first quarter.
Users in the U.S. can search for a term like "jobs near me" to see results.
Flight training specialists are warning that within ten years the global airline industry faces a massive shortfall of pilots.
Argentina sold $2.75 billion of a hotly demanded 100-year bond in US dollars Monday, just over a year after emerging from its latest default.
Workers, on average, use only half of their time off, but it varies depending on the corporate culture in different parts of the country.
United Technologies CEO Greg Hayes told CNBC Monday that President Donald Trump stands out from his predecessors because he listens to the company.
The Trump administration is using preliminary estimates to claim coal mining jobs are being created, against federal statisticians' advice.
The president wants to sharply boost the number of apprentices working in the U.S. — but it doesn't look like he'll spend the money for it.
Australia added 42,000 jobs in May, flying past than the 10,000 jobs estimated, the Australian Bureau of Statistics said Thursday.
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