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Trump administration's recently released objectives for renegotiating NAFTA are more of the same failed policies we've seen for years.
Corning said it developed the new type of glass in collaboration with drugmakers Merck and Pfizer, who were also at the event.
New studies are showing mixed reviews on effects of $15 minimum wage on Seattle's economy, N.Y. Times reports.
Australia's labor market strengthened for a fourth month in June led by a remarkable comeback in full-time jobs.
Research from Ball State University found that half of American jobs are at risk for automation and one-quarter could be offshored in the coming years.
One solution to the housing problem is to get companies to help employees secure—and even finance—a place, says ret. NYU professor Jeremy Wiesen.
Neither a tax cut nor a minimum wage increase will help a middle-aged, middle-class worker whose skill set has been permanently replaced.
Here's how career women can avoid that tingling of guilt about missing that important soccer game, says Karen Firestone.
Hoping to refocus, White House announces this week as 'Made in America' week
New York became the largest U.S. city to require fast-food restaurants to schedule workers at least two weeks in advance, or pay them extra.
Robert Kaplan said on Friday that the U.S. central bank could begin to allow its $4.5 trillion balance sheet to shrink soon.
"I don't know if it's causal or symptomatic of long-running economic maladies," Yellen tells Congress.
The White House says its proposed budget and policies would boost growth to levels not seen in decades. The CBO remains unconvinced.
The corporate world, which has long outsourced work to contractors, could be embracing temporary organizations, N.Y. Times reports.
European Union protection agencies are saying screening job candidates' profiles could be illegal, Financial Times reports.
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