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New applications for U.S. unemployment benefits fell last week, indicating continued job growth after a slowdown in March.
SurveyMonkey is providing benefits to all the contract workers in its San Mateo office. It remains unclear when, or if, other Silicon Valley companies will follow suit.
A new breed of avatar humanoid robots developed by such companies as Honda and Toyota could change the way people interact and work around the world.
The home improvement retailer will add more than 1,000 technology hires this year.
The CBO projects the federal deficit will top a staggering $1 trillion in the next two years, and debt could equal GDP within a decade.
"It felt like freedom," she says.
What is it that routinely makes Denmark routinely one of the top 3 happiest countries in the world? It's a little something called "intentional intimacy," Marie Helweg-Larsen explains in The Conversation.
Turkey's lira has hit record lows for the past week, thanks to the Turkish government's unwillingness to balance monetary policy to counter double-digit inflation.
RevealNews.org reports that Tesla mislabeled and under-counted worker injuries to make its safety record look better than it really is.
For years, restaurants have struggled to combat high turnover rates, but helping employees get college degrees could convince them to stay.
Amazon had representatives touring Newark, NJ, earlier this week, the Philadephia Business Journal reported.
U.S. businesses posted fewer open jobs in February than the previous month when openings reached a record level, though layoffs fell.
Iranians are scrambling for U.S. dollars as Iran's currency, the rial, plummets to historic lows amid economic and political uncertainty.
Senior executives believe they are leading innovative workplace cultures. Workers disagree, according to a new EY study. The result: Fresh ideas are being lost.
First-time claims for state unemployment benefits were expected to total 230,000 in the most recent week, down from the 242,000 claims reported for the previous week.
Area real estate data reveals this is not, in fact, out of the ordinary.
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