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Fed Governor Lael Brainard says interest rate hikes should be held until inflation rises above a specific target.
Over time, JPMorgan Chase will be "boosting jobs and wages more than we otherwise would have" if corporate taxes are cut, CEO said.
General Motors will temporarily close a Detroit factory over slow sales, The Wall Street Journal reported Thursday, citing unnamed sources.
Be sure to review your employee-benefit options, especially in these four areas: retirement saving, health, life- and disability insurance.
Job openings were little changed in August, according to the Labor Department Wednesday.
Thanks to Defy Ventures, people convicted of crimes are fighting to earn a new label: Entrepreneur.
Entrepreneurs and politicians are trying to smooth the transition to an automated workforce, possibly by applying the payroll tax to robots.
Even as job markets are tight in many major economies, low unemployment is failing to spur robust increases in wages, leaving workers angry.
The real story in the latest jobs report is the broad-based strength in the underlying data, says Natixis Chief Economist Joseph LaVorgna.
As robots add up in the Bay Area food and drink scene, critics are worried about unemployment, N.Y. Times reports.
As Americans live longer, demand for health-care workers is growing. Employers are getting creative to meet their needs.
New York Fed President William Dudley restated his confident take on the U.S. economy.
Hurricanes affected the latest monthly jobs report, and a closer look at where jobs were lost in September helps explain why.
One of the Federal Reserve's newest policymakers said on Friday he continues to believe the U.S. central bank should raise interest rates again by the end of the year.
There's good reason to believe that when all is said and done, the jarring loss of 33,000 jobs for the month will change significantly.
The hurricanes' impact will be temporary — the job market is strong and getting stronger, says Moody's Chief Economist Mark Zandi.
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