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Risk abroad is keeping policymakers from making an interest rate move, Morgan Stanley's Ellen Zentner says.
NYC Deputy Mayor Alicia Glen says the city is leveling the playing field for these local start-ups.
The Pfizer, Allergan merger effort has reignited a debate over corporate inversions, says Yevgeniy Feyman. But US jobs are not really at stake.
China bashing is popular during election years, but the issues between the US and China are far more nuanced than candidates admit, says Ed Sappin.
Thinking of starting a business? The potential rewards are many, but so are the potential land mines. Entrepreneurs share their experiences.
As states move to raise the minimum wage to $15, some sharing economy companies are already championing higher pay and worker benefits.
There were 5.4 million job openings in February according to the Job Openings and Labor Turnover Summary (JOLTS) report.
It would be America's highest state minimum wage.
Carlyle Group's co-CEO tells CNBC he's recently shed his concerns about a U.S. economic slowdown in favor a "pretty optimistic" outlook.
A strengthening economy will allow for more tightening of monetary policy as the year goes on, Cleveland Fed President Loretta Mester said Friday.
The U.S. jobs market is hot and American workers have taken notice.
Annual spending on social media will increase to $27 billion in the next four years, allowing firms like Tumblr to hire lots of new workers.
The Labor Department said on Friday that the unemployment rate was 5.0 percent in March. But does that tell the whole story?
David Kent is charged in an alleged scheme to hack more than 700,000 Rigzone accounts to help boost his site Oilpro's business.
Job creation isn't the most important part of the employment report anymore. Instead, Wall Street is looking under the hood for clues about economic health.
Higher wages in California and New York could have a negative impact on the burger giant.
The current market pattern is similar to late last year, but a reversal in oil and the dollar should flip the script, Schwab's Jeffrey Kleintop says.
The link between an increased minimum wage and increased sales at Wetzel's Pretzels is "not coincidence," CEO Bill Phelps tells CNBC.
U.S. employers announced fewer layoffs in March than during the previous month, but job cuts in the first quarter, the Challenger jobs report says.
Artifical intelligence (A.I.) isn’t likely to take your job any time soon, according to the CEO of an automation company.