The lowest wage that American workers are willing to take in order to accept a new job has hit a record high this year, survey results show.
Builder confidence unexpectedly dropped for first time this year.
The Rhode Island-based pharmacy giant said in a statement that it is eliminating "a number of non-customer facing positions" throughout the company
States have relied on gas taxes for more than a century to maintain the nation's roads
There's only about half the number of auto mechanics needed coming out of technical colleges and training programs every year.
Under fire from conservatives, House Speaker Kevin McCarthy is hunting for votes from fellow Republicans for the debt ceiling deal.
The cash balance at the U.S. Treasury is lower than the net worth of some of the world's richest people, according to the Bloomberg Billionaire Index.
Job seekers may be in the market for a new opportunity, but this doesn't mean they will necessarily accept the position if offered based on a recent survey.
Negotiators are racing to beat a deadline of June 1, which is when the Treasury Dept. said the U.S. could begin defaulting on its debts for the first time in history and risk financial catastrophe.
The Federal Reserve has raised its key interest rate yet again in its drive to cool inflation, a move that will directly affect most Americans.
Faced with high prices and interest rates, consumers have begun reining in their spending.
According to the research, the week of April 16-22 offers higher-than-average prices and a lower-than-average time on the market, while also offering a higher-than-average number of buyers.
Facebook, Twitter and other companies announced layoffs this year amid rising interest rates. Experts say it’s affecting both prospective homebuyers and sellers.
A recent government report suggests that Social Security funds face a long-term financial crunch that could mean some benefits get cut sooner for retirees.
Customers of Silicon Valley will automatically become customers of First Citizens, which is headquartered in North Carolina.
Federal Reserve policymakers see more interest rate hikes ahead.
The White House is charging the GOP with hypocrisy for favoring tax policies that could push the accumulated $31.4 trillion national debt higher.
A statement by the Virginia company says the jobs will be reduced “through a combination of attrition and layoffs” this year.
The latest store closings are impacting the struggling retailer as it considers its options, including possibly filing for bankruptcy.
The rate increase will likely make it even costlier to borrow for homes, autos and other purchases.