Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker signed a bill Thursday that raises teachers' minimum yearly salary to $40,000.
A former U.S. Army Ranger is helping fellow veterans make the transition to civilian careers as well as become entrepreneurs.
Allstate CEO Tom Wilson on the Business Roundtable, efforts to create more high-value jobs, workers' wages, President Trump's calls for a potential payroll tax cut, the company's growth outlook, insurers' use of technology and efforts to improve consumer privacy online.
Former U.S. Army Ranger Mat Best on his experience serving in the military and efforts to helping veterans transition to civilian jobs.
Lawrence was one of three Clemson players named to the Associated Press’ preseason All-American first team on Tuesday.
New study shows eight out of 10 people have cried at work.
Sports reporter Mike Gunzelman on a report that eight in 10 people have cried at work and a new study that 55% say they didn't use their allotted vacation time last year.
NFLPA 'work stoppage guide' gives players money-saving tips: Cook dinner at home, cancel memberships
The NFL's current labor deal is set to expire after the 2020 season.
The report looked at CEO earnings through two measures of compensation.
As the country saw in Philadelphia, police officers take great risks every day to do their jobs, so how much are they compensated to put their lives on the line?
Toyota is looking for hundreds of workers from all over the country, but they need them to move to Indiana.
More money doesn't have to mean more problems. Here are tips.
The Richard and Leslie Gilliam Foundation’s donations will be dispersed in the form of $2,000 checks to more than 500 coal miners across Kentucky and Virginia.
Sports reporter Mike Gunzelman on a new study revealing more people would rather lose their job to a robot than to another person and a study saying more men gossip in the workplace than women.
Betsy McCaughey, former New York Lt. Governor, speaks about the minimum wage increase and how it's affecting small businesses.
Traders are pricing in a 100 percent chance of a September rate cut by the Federal Reserve.
Here’s a look at the sectors that saw the most — and least — growth in job creation:
Wall Street expected the U.S. economy to have added 164,000 jobs in July.
Economists polled by Refinitiv anticipate the U.S. economy to have added 164,000 jobs
Former CKE Restaurants CEO Andy Puzder on U.S. wage growth.