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This holiday season, Target anticipates more customers will be using its order pickup and drive-up services that have been rolling out across the U.S.
New data from the U.S. Census Bureau boosts an already positive picture for the American middle class.
Billionaire Richard Branson is pushing business leaders to embrace the idea of flexible work arrangements, claiming that with today's cutting-edge technology, there is no reason people can't work less hours and be equally — if not more — effective.
Some 10 years after the global finance system nearly collapsed under the weight of reckless mortgage lending, the U.S. economy is still feeling the impact. And the reverberations will continue for some time, costing every American roughly $70,000.
The move further cements the company's presence in a region that is on the short list for the online retail and web services giant's second headquarters.
Job openings hit a record in July, closing in on 7 million amid a jump in vacancies for finance and manufacturing, the Labor Department reported Tuesday.
President Donald Trump's latest tweet about the U.S. economy has a grain of truth to it. The pace of GDP growth in the latest quarter was higher than the jobless rate for the first time in awhile. But not for the "first time in 100 years."
Heavy reliance on smart, digital devices to communicate — whether it's with the person sitting right next to you or across the globe — has produced toxic consequences in the workplace that is hugely impacting employees' mental and physical health.
Becoming too emotionally attached to investments can result in irrationally clinging to an asset longer than you should. Here are three ways an unrealistic view of your company stock can land you in financial hot water.
Eligible businesses must be no older than seven years, have a minimum of 50 employees and be privately held.
Entrepreneur Tiffany Pham launched a website for millennial women while working two other jobs. In her new book, Pham shares tips on how she created her own company while still in her twenties.
NYU announced it will cover the full tuition cost for all medical students regardless of need. But not everyone believes the gift will achieve this goal.
Martha Bonilla is not your typical middle-class worker. And it's not just that she was born in a backwater of El Salvador and crossed Mexico hidden in the back of a truck to make her way illegally into the United States at age 20.
The business services, education and health services industries led job gains for the month of August, besting laggards like retail and manufacturing, according to the latest government jobs report.
The U.S. is continuing to try to work with China to lower trade barriers. "They've got to show some action," Kudlow told CNBC on Friday.
White House economic advisor Larry Kudlow is extremely optimistic about the U.S. economy.
Amidst low unemployment, more Americans are quitting their jobs, confident they can land a better one with a bigger salary, according to the Department of Labor. The trend is widespread across all industries.
Average hourly earnings rose 2.9 percent in August as the economy added 201,000 jobs.
All eyes will be on Friday's employment data to gauge whether or not the labor market remains at or near full employment.
While a strong economy is helping to bolster the manufacturing industry, it's also being crunched by an increasingly tight labor market.