United Airlines is changing the way it doles out frequent flier miles, and it may hurt many travelers.
Economic growth should accelerate in the second quarter and remain healthy for the rest of the year, the National Association of Business Economists says.
The Dow and S&P 500 hit new records, propelled by the monthly jobs report, which showed the number of people employed finally topped its pre-recession peak.
Employers maintained a solid pace of hiring in May, returning employment to pre-recession levels and suggesting the economy has shaken off its winter slump.
Hiring has picked up in the past several months, and another strong job gain could boost hopes the economy has rebounded after a grim start to the year.
The job market has remained sluggish even as other parts of the economy have picked up, but the Federal Reserve says demand is rising for a certain workers.
U.S. service firms grew more quickly last month as production, hiring and new orders increased, adding to signs that the economy is accelerating.
U.S. private businesses pulled back on hiring in May, adding the fewest jobs in four months, a survey by payroll processor ADP shows.
The job prospects for this year's college grads have improved slightly, but they're starting their careers with more debt than any other class.
Most students about to graduate college will be without a job when they pick up their diploma, but they're optimistic about getting one.
The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits fell more than expected last week, indicating the labor market was strengthening.
U.S. job growth increased at its fastest pace in more than two years in April and the unemployment rate dived to a 5-1/2 year low of 6.3 percent.
Signs that the U.S. economy is emerging from a deep winter freeze have raised hopes that hiring accelerated in April.
U.S. businesses boosted hiring in April, according to a private survey, a positive sign the economy may improve after a sluggish start this year.
College seniors about to receive their degrees are finding the job market a bit less scary than it's been in recent years.
New applications for unemployment benefits held steady last week while mid-Atlantic factory activity rose in April, new reports show.
President Obama will sign two executive orders Tuesday to address the wage gap between men and women that are part of a bigger Democratic effort.
U.S. employers maintained a solid pace of hiring for a second straight month in March, further evidence the economy was shifting into higher gear after a brutally cold winter.
The U.S. economy likely created jobs at the fastest pace in four months in March as it shifted into a higher gear after being held back by a brutally cold winter.
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen says the extraordinary measures the central bank has used to boost the economy are still needed.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren, (D-Mass.), always an advocate for average Americans, explains why boosting the minimum wage is good for all of us.
A growing number of Americans quitting the labor force are likely gone for good, offering a cautionary note to the Fed as it tries to gauge how tight the job market is.
The U.S. unemployment rate will fall below 6 percent by the end of this year, a Federal Reserve official says, offering a bullish view on the country's economy.