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Job creation in April fell to a seven-month low, signaling that employment growth engine may be shifting into a lower gear.
The Friday jobs report shifted expectations about the Fed's next move, sending gold jumping. And one trader predicts that the biggest gains are ahead.
The Labor Department said that the unemployment rate remained at 5 percent in April. But does that tell the whole story?
The U.S. economy continued to put Americans back to work last month. But the pace of job growth slowed and the fastest hiring is coming from some of the worst-paying industries.
There's one number in the latest jobs report that economist Jared Bernstein didn't like. Here's why.
The migration to chip cards is a must, but in the short term could create as much as $14 billion in fraud between now and 2020.
Shares of Apple fell more than 1 percent and hit its lowest level since June 2014.
A state treasurer was appointed to two corporate boards while holding public office. Watchdogs call it a conflict of interest.
New findings reveal surprising truths on how the rise in the minimum wage will affect job growth, especially in the small-business arena.
Harvard is declaring members of private "final clubs" ineligible for fellowships or for certain leadership positions, The Harvard Crimson reports.
Steven Mnuchin, Trump's campaign finance chair, said the candidate won't be self-funding in the general election.
President Barack Obama on Friday outlined proposals for cutting out both legal and illegal tax avoidance.
Model-turned-actress Brooklyn Decker says her Sports Illustrated cover is not what she's most proud of in her career.
Several recalls were announced this week, including an expanded recall of Takata air bags.
Not everyone got caught flat-footed at the anemic level of job creation in April. In fact, many investors appeared to be bracing for it.
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Despite the weaker-than-expected jobs report, the nation's labor market should be at full employment by November, Moody's Mark Zandi tells CNBC.
The SPDR S&P Bank ETF (KBE) was down more than 4 percent for the week.
Microsoft's mobile business has been counted out by skeptics. The company is leaning on Windows 10 to revive developer excitement.