The 'biggest issue facing the consumer and the economy is the relentless rise in diesel prices,' an industry analyst warned
Tim Gurner, a multi-millionaire CEO of Gurner Group, a real estate company founded in 2013, said at a conference that COVID-19 created a work culture in which employees' attitudes and work ethic deteriorated.
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.
Inflation has created financial pressures for most U.S. households and forced them to pay more for daily necessities like food and rent.
The downgrade may have little impact on financial markets long-term or on the interest rates the U.S. government will pay.
The Rhode Island-based pharmacy giant said in a statement that it is eliminating "a number of non-customer facing positions" throughout the company
Chicago's inaugural NASCAR Street Race brought thousands of people to the city, filling up hotels and kick-starting a flourishing weekend for the area's economy.
Some economists believe if inflation keeps slowing and the economy shows signs of improvement, a July interest rate hike could be the Federal Reserve's last.
A recession is likely in 2023, Fannie Mae forecasted. And the Fed may continue to raise interest rates after its June pause, despite projections that inflation will continue to cool.
States have relied on gas taxes for more than a century to maintain the nation's roads
Target and Nordstrom, especially, face a potential big hit when student loan payments resume this fall.
The bipartisan debt ceiling deal struck by President Joe Biden and House Speaker Kevin McCarthy would modify the work requirements for food stamps and welfare.
The House has approved the debt ceiling and budget cuts package, sending it to the Senate. President Joe Biden negotiated the deal with Speaker Kevin McCarthy to avert a U.S. default crisis.
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.
The proportion of Americans between the ages of 16 and 19 who have jobs has trended up in recent years.
Details of the deal between President Joe Biden and House Speaker Kevin McCarthy are out. But the two leaders still have to persuade Congress to pass the bill.
The Democratic president and Republican speaker spoke with each other Sunday evening as negotiators rushed to draft the bill text so lawmakers can review compromises that neither the hard-right or left flank is likely to support.
President Joe Biden and House Speaker Kevin McCarthy reached an “agreement in principle" late Saturday as they raced to strike a deal that to limit federal spending and resolve the looming debt crisis ahead of a June 5 deadline,
A prolonged default on America’s debt could result in the loss of nearly eight-million jobs, sending Illinois’ unemployment rate above nine percent, according to economists.