JetBlue Airways Corp. is restructuring its operations and "eliminating a number of positions" through layoffs, buyouts and attrition. The low-cost carrier called mandatory meetings at its Long Island City headquarters Friday. » Read More
By: Paul Davidson
A growing number are "ghosting" their jobs: blowing off scheduled job interviews, accepting offers but not showing up the first day and even vanishing from existing positions – all without giving notice, USA Today reports. » Read More
Trump signed an executive order creating the National Council for the American Worker, intended to beef up training and education for American workers. » Read More
By: Natasha Turak
Trump’s implication that he favors holding rates down in the face of economic growth defies the convention that monetary tightening is necessary to temper inflation. » Read More
But Fed Governor Jay Powell tells CNBC the central bank is ready for whatever happens in Thursday's vote in Britain.
London's office buildings may become a lot less crowded if the U.K. votes to exit the European Union in its referendum Thursday, a new survey found.
The next recession is probably already here and since there isn't much the Fed can co, it may last longer than the last one, says Michael Pento.
Why the "fight for $15" movement is wrong about Wal-Mart and other U.S. companies. They can't afford a $15 minimum wage, says Michael Saltsman.
McDonald's may be planning to outsource jobs to India as part of a $500 million cost reduction plan it announced back in November.
Tom Cridland thinks a British vote to leave the European Union could destroy his small clothing business.
A strike vote could give Unite Here Local 54 bargaining committees more firepower in negotiations over new contracts for 6,000 workers.
Amid the data deluge Thursday morning, one number may have stood out more than others, at least to the Fed.
Fed policymakers "don't have a vision" for where the U.S. economy is going, Allianz Chief Economic Adviser Mohamed El-Erian tells CNBC.
Wal-Mart is eliminating accounting and invoicing roles at 500 locations in the Western region of the United States.
California has Silicon Valley, but a number of other states depend more on software for a share of their GDP, according to a new study by EIU and BSA.
Britain's unemployment rate dipped to its lowest level in over a decade and pay growth rose, showing the labour market was holding up.
This is what the most important factor is for the Federal Reserve, Goldman Sachs Chief Economist Jan Hatzius says.
Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan says employee wellness programs are a good investment. Here's how they're investing in employees—and saving money.
May's low job creation was more a function of a weak month than an economy reaching full employment, according to a Goldman Sachs analysis.
A company in Florida that's behind the first privately funded U.S. high speed railway is manufacturing its trains ... in California.
Nearly 8,000 jobs have been lost from the North Sea oil and gas industry during the downturn, while 120,000 roles have gone across the wider economy.
Fear is on the rise and so is the price of gold.
Off the court, an equally important deliberation is going on: a new collective bargaining agreement (CBA) for players.
Bob Bechek from management consulting firm Bain & Company, has been named the U.S.’ highest rated CEO of 2016, according to Glassdoor.