China may have been the straw that broke the rally’s back, but one strategist says U.S. problems are actually much deeper.» Read More
College students can expect to find more jobs this summer, and get better pay, according to a new survey.
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The euro zone economy continued to lose momentum in May, PMIs showed, but it's not all bad news, with hiring in the region on the up.
The HSBC flash Purchasing Managers' Index came in at 49.1, worse than expected and reinforcing views of more monetary stimulus to come.
Hundreds of protesters marched around McDonald's suburban Chicago headquarters Wednesday, calling for pay of $15 an hour and a union.
Nearly 60,000 agriculture-related job openings are expected annually over the next five years and only about 35,000 grads to fill them.
Despite the ongoing political unrest roiling the Middle East, Jordan is a safe destination for investment, insists King Abdullah II of Jordan.
For the size of the U.S. economy, it lags far behind many of the world's most developed countries in spending on rail networks. The New York Times reports.
Airlines dragged the Dow transports down nearly 2 percent on Wednesday and could be the latest victims of sluggish consumer spending.
Jim Cramer was alarmed at what he saw when he looked at transports, especially one group. Time to get out of this group, now.
"Fast Money" traders discussed how to play some of the day's technology movers, including Alibaba and Hewlett-Packard.
Signs that China's reforms may be paying off have sprung up in Hangzhou, where a booming tech and software sector has fired up the local economy.
Long known more for burgers, Shake Shack is turning an eye toward chicken, according to one recent trademark filing.
Seventy percent of women who sought fertility treatments went into debt, according to a new study.
Index Financial Partners' Jack Bouroudjian thinks this is the "buy in May" scenario and believes it will likely last through the year.
Punishments leveled on international banks involved in foreign exchange rate manipulation "won't change anything," an attorney said.
The jobs landscape will change dramatically thanks to new technology, which will push out some jobs while creating others, experts said.