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The latest ADP/Moody's Analytics survey shows that companies added 271,000 new positions as 2018 came to a close.
Chief economist of Moody's Analytics Mark Zandi calls America's immigration policy under the Trump Administration "backwards" and says it conflicts with the country's goal of sustained economic growth.
Some 800,000 federal workers across the country find themselves in financial uncertainty as the government shutdown crawls into its 12th day. "I wake up every day hoping this will get resolved," said Julie Burr, a single mother of three.
The role is increasingly important at Netflix. The company is burning cash at faster and faster rates as it ups investment in original movies and TV shows.
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By the year 2025, robots and machines driven by artificial intelligence are predicted to perform half of all productive functions in the workplace. Companies need to develop new labor laws and social norms to protect these automated workers.
If there was ever a good time to have an emergency fund, this would be it. Here's how the federal shutdown will affect employees' ability to pay their bills.
President Donald Trump has cancelled his New Year's plans and will stay in Washington, D.C., as the government shutdown continues, incoming acting Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney said in an interview with "Fox & Friends" on Friday.
The minumum wage is inching up in more than 20 states next year.
Big technology companies lose billions every year fighting patent lawsuits, but they don't fight them just to protect their bottom line. Having a strong patent philosophy is critical to attracting top software engineers.
The number of Americans filing applications for jobless benefits fell marginally last week to near a 49-year low, pointing to underlying strength in the labor market.
Economist Mohamed El-Erian warns Wall Street that being overly concerned about an economic recession could actually cause one.
Detroit's biggest automaker announced plans in November to close five factories, including three assembly plants, and to cut 15 percent of its North American workforce. More than 14,000 employees are expected to lose their jobs.
Jim Cramer explains why you should ignore the market's negativity ahead of the new year.
On Friday morning, Trump himself warned of "a shutdown that will last for a very long time" if the Senate didn't back a spending bill that includes funding for a southern border wall.
CNBC's Jim Cramer argues the president is right to worry about a possible recession in 2019 as a result of the Powell's rate hikes.
A majority of judges at the U.K.'s Court of Appeal ruled that Uber should treat its U.K. drivers as workers, rather than self-employed.
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Working from home is more possible than ever.