'Dirty Jobs' host Mike Rowe gives his take on protests against McDonald's wages, robots and automation, the need to learn a skill and how they impact the debate over wages
As Washington debates what actions to take to rev up economic growth, the free-market private sector, which waits for no one, is witnessing the beginning of a new trend.
Quitters may be onto something?
While all eyes on are on Washington these days to see how well the bold Trump agenda advances, Arizona Governor Doug Ducey is quietly creating a case-study in how to achieve econom...
Just over one hundred days into a new administration, what are American businesses thinking? What do they need to succeed? What public policies will help them spur greater economic...
More than expected
The number of Americans either working or looking for work in the past month hit a record high of 160,213,000, according to numbers released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Unemployment rate reaches 10-year low
There's no such thing as a limited bailout: An important lesson from the United Mine Workers of America
How did one particular coal-mining union—the United Mine Workers of America—manage to secure an unprecedented federal bailout? And what’s the lesson here?
Cheryl Casone breaks down the top restaurants offering jobs