Despite the notion that it's easy to make it in America, the country has far less economic mobility than most other industrialized nations.
General Motors said Wednesday it will close its Holden production facilities in Australia.
After five frustrating years, the economy is ready to burst out.
The first major global trade deal in nearly 20 years was struck in Bali Saturday as 160 countries agreed on measures that should speed up the flow of goods and could boost the world economy by as much as $1 trillion.
The Japanese economy suddenly looks weaker, after the government revised its data for the third quarter.
Regulators are set to vote Tuesday on the so-called Volcker rule, a piece of the 2010 Dodd-Frank financial reform law intended to stop banks from taking excessive risks with federally insured deposits.
Several recent reports have given a lot of reason to feel optimistic about the economy. But it's still too soon to start celebrating.
With 11 million Americans still unemployed, the job market is far from fully healed, but we're happy to celebrate along with our readers who recently found new jobs.
Economy set to add most jobs since 2005, unemployment at a five year low and three other facts you need to know about the November jobs report.
The health care sector has added jobs for 124 straight months. But it's only growing by an average of 19,000 per month this year, versus 27,000 last year.
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