The $8.5 billion U.S. marijuana industry is generating jobs at a faster rate than tech. By 2020 the industry is expected to create 250,000 new jobs in a host of new job roles — from dispensary manager to budtender. » Read More
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Today Tesla faces off with the United Auto Workers at a hearing at the National Labor Relations Board. The union has filed charges that the company has denied. The outcome of the case could have far-reaching implications across Silicon Valley. » Read More
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Walmart CEO Doug McMillon says the retailer maintains a "healthy paranoia" to stay ahead of rivals. » Read More
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Even in the best of economic times there are 200,000-plus unemployment claims every week. With recent job losses at iconic companies like GE, GM and Verizon, here is how to gauge if you and your co-workers could be at risk. » Read More
Jim Cramer and U.S. Concrete chief Bill Sandbrook break down the concrete producer's outlook on U.S. infrastructure and address the recent weakness in its stock.
Jim Cramer breaks down how Tesla could benefit from a Chinese tariff rollback.
Jim Cramer and Yum Brands CEO Greg Creed talk about how the world's biggest restaurant operator is chasing growth in an era of health-focused, digitally savvy consumers.
It's the latest in a series of public stands made by Google employees and contractors against aspects of the company culture.
Jim Cramer explains why Federal Reserve officials are doing more harm than good.
Jim Cramer sits down with Marathon Petroleum Corp. Chairman and CEO Gary Heminger to discuss the United States' place in global energy markets.
Increasingly, small and midsize companies are looking at employee stock-ownership plans as another attractive benefit to lure job candidates in a tight job market. Another attraction: It's a great exit strategy for founders ready to retire.
Alex Klein, CEO of Kano, went from reporting stories as a journalist to helping create a start-up that teaches people to build their own computers and code.
Jim Cramer highlights high-quality slowdown stocks that he says investors should consider buying gradually into weakness.
Jim Cramer and Groupon CEO Rich Williams discuss the e-commerce platform's trajectory and its recent partnership with movie theater giant AMC Networks.
Silicon Valley has been an engine for economic growth, but that wealth is not being shared with most of the workers in the industry. Nine in 10 workers in Silicon Valley make less now than they did in 1997 after adjusting for inflation.
Roughly 19,000 fans packed the Barclays Center in Brooklyn on Saturday night to hear Michelle Obama speak about her new memoir "Becoming," which sold over 2 million copies in its first week.
Former president George Herbert Walker Bush, who died late Friday, will lie in state in Washington DC beginning on Monday before being buried at his presidential library later in the week.
Throughout his years in the public eye, Bush was lauded for his temperament, graciousness and kindness — qualities cited repeatedly by figures on both sides of the aisle.
President Donald Trump has postponed a press conference designed to tout the "great success" of the Group of 20 meeting in Argentina.
Jim Cramer explains how Toll Brothers' earnings could highlight the slowing housing market and confirm that the U.S. economy is weakening.