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President Donald Trump's plans to deport millions of unauthorized workers would hurt a handful of states that rely most heavily on undocumented workers.
Mario Longhi, one of 24 businessmen who met with President Trump on Thursday, discusses the reality of bringing back manufacturing jobs to the U.S.
Raising rates in March will be necessary if the Fed wants to stick with its goal of three hikes a year, Danielle DiMartino Booth says.
Some industries and employers will feel the impact much harder — and sooner — than others.
The next interest rate increase could be closer than it appears.
The math doesn't add up for a GDP growth rate of 3.5 percent, former Labor Secretary Robert Reich says.
Wall Street may look no further than its own paychecks for an explanation why the Fed is not likely to raise rates in March.
To renegotiate the deal, the White House must open an official 90-day negotiation window with Congress. That hasn't happened yet.
The world's biggest miner reported a near eight-fold rise in underlying first-half net profit to $3.24 billion from $412 million a year earlier.
It's 2067 and robots have wiped out millions of jobs, AI is rampant, and governments are paying your wages.
Across the U.S. employers fired hundreds of protestors who skipped work to participate in rallies.
Roles will be created in Amazon's London head office and around the country where new staff will be working on key innovations.
America's physical limits to noninflationary growth are currently estimated at a pathetic 1.5 percent.
The administration reportedly is looking into excluding re-exports from trade deficit calculations.
Norway has called on political leaders to put greater emphasis on job creation in order to rebalance society and withstand extremism.
Amazon still acts like a startup and shows great technical superiority in areas like artificial intelligence Mark Cuban tells CNBC.
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