American business took on more new employees in November than had been previously predicted. The Labor Department announced on Friday that an additional 211,000 jobs were created last month.
The Labor Department released its numbers for initial unemployment claims on Thursday. The number rose by 9,000 but the government continues to be optimistic about the job market.
U.S. companies hired on more people than was expected for November. Despite the numbers, the economy continues to struggle in most areas and the future of hiring is looking grim by many accounts.
Pot business owners cite need for their own industry credit union as law suits are filed in response to rejections by NCUA and the Federal Reserve.
Greece struggles as bank limitations remain and higher taxes impact normal, everyday life.
The historic Supreme Court decision legalizing same-sex marriage on Friday could result in massive financial benefits for couples.
Alarming new figures indicate that the economy contracted 0.7 percent in the first quarter — are warning bells sounding?