It’s 4:30 in the morning and Raymond Mikesell’s alarm has gone off. Within an hour, as the first rays of pink and orange morning light reflect off the skyscrapers in the city, Mikesell is at his restaurant Café Raymond in the Strip District, the city’s Main Street for small businesses.
'Making Money' host Charles Payne offers advice and resources for military vets looking to pave their way to financial success.
American Airlines plans to hire on more than 1,300 by the end of 2022 as the airline sees an increased demand for travel following the worst of the coronavirus pandemic.
First-time unemployment claims rose for the week ending in July 10. Here's what to do if you need emergency cash while unemployed.
Former Reagan economist Art Laffer discusses how President Biden's spending plans impact the U.S. economy.
The number of Americans filing for first-time jobless benefits last week unexpectedly rose from pandemic-era lows.
The owner of a New York solar construction business argued on Tuesday that the worker shortage in his industry has become an “emergency” since the coronavirus pandemic hit.
Data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics shows that just six out of the 26 states that have announced that they would terminate their participation in the federal unemployment program have unemployment rates that exceed the national average of 5.9% (as of June).
Marcus & Millichap CEO Hessam Nadji weighs in on the state of the commercial real estate market.
Retailer Johnson & Johnson is reportedly considering spinning off liabilities from its Baby Powder unit due ongoing litigation, with plans to seek bankruptcy protection for that new business.
Priceline CEO Brett Keller shares the most popular travel destinations for Americans this summer.
It is back to work for 3,300 flight attendants at American Airlines.
Netflix has dismissed three senior film marketing executives, reportedly because of comments they made over Slack about management.
A worker shortage in the construction industry has contractors struggling to complete projects on time and within budget.
The number of Americans filing for first-time unemployment benefits last week fell to its lowest level since the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Cannabis Administration and Opportunity Act would legalize marijuana at the federal level by removing it from the federal list of controlled substances, expunge criminal records for individuals with marijuana-related offenses, and help minority businesses get ahead through new small business grant programs and a 50% tax rate reduction.
Dollar General has announced that it plans to hire 50,000 people between July and Labor Day – Sept. 6.
Europe’s trailblazing carbon border levy is facing a decidedly soft launch. When the European Commission’s climate tsar Frans Timmermans outlines on Wednesday how he plans to cut bloc-wide emissions 55% by 2030, a tax on dirty imports will be a key component.
Dog behaviorist Cesar Millan gives advice for dog-owners going back to the office whose pets are used to them being home during the pandemic.
Subway Restaurants CEO John Chidsey addressed the tuna controversy on Tuesday, saying sandwiches contain “100% tuna.”