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Congress should look at Canada for ideas about growing our labor force through smart immigration increases, says Steve Odland.
The private party followed a DFJ conference and was attended by some DFJ staff, giving some the impression it was firm-sanctioned, Recode reports.
Legalized marijuana is emerging as a huge growth sector in the U.S., says former DEA agent Patrick Moen.
The United States will enjoy a "Made in America" boom this year thanks to Trump administration policies, according to Jefferies.
A new round of layoffs is taking effect at the Carrier factory in Indianapolis.
Technology wesbite The Register published part of an apparent IBM internal presentation, which showed 10,100 jobs classified as "attrition w/o backfill."
First-time claims for state unemployment benefits were expected to total 248,000 for the most recent week.
Chamber of Commerce CEO Tom Donohue says pulling out of NAFTA would be a mistake.
U.S. immigration agents descended on dozens of 7-Eleven stores in the largest operation against an employer under Trump.
Inflation in the U.S. is forecast to end 2018 below the Fed's target of 2 percent, said UBS' chief U.S. economist Seth Carpenter.
The plant is a huge win for President Donald Trump's administration which has made a point of stressing it would add manufacturing jobs.
Jim Cramer made the bull case for consumer stocks in a defining era for traditional retailers.
A proposed class-action lawsuit accused the ride-sharing company of docking excessive fees from their fares.
Immigrants may lose permission to work in the U.S., forcing their employers to look elsewhere for labor, The New York Times reports.
Americans should see hourly earnings pick up in 2018 following a year of disappointing wage growth
Major central banks' 2 percent inflation target appeared elusive as wage growth hasn't caught up with a stronger economy and jobs market.
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