Private employers added 325,000 jobs in December, bringing the total employment level 1.81 percent above the level seen in December 2010
Employers added 200,000 jobs in the month of December
Darth Vader burger arrives Jan. 31 at the French fast-food chain Quick, barely a week ahead of the release of 'Star Wars: The Phantom Menace 3D.' Just don't call it a Darth Vader burger.
The 'total unemployment' rate fell to 15.2 percent in December, while the traditionally reported unemployment rate dropped to 8.5 percent
When figuring out what you earn, factor in job related costs–like nicer clothes, gas for a long commute, and travel expenses.
How 14 of the world's largest currencies fared against the dollar in 2011.
Mitt Romney’s tax plan would cut taxes for millions of households but bestow most of its benefits on those with the highest incomes. At the same time, it would significantly cut corporate taxes and add hundreds of billions of dollars to the deficit.
With the Fed printing more and more money, when will the federal debt problem become too big to handle?
A quarter of US households have few or no ties to the banking system, which hurts their financial future. Financial reform has made it even harder for banks to serve them.
Much of what’s called “public” is increasingly a private good paid for by users, and the rest has become so shoddy that that those who can afford to find private alternatives.
This year, tax policy makers need to work together to achieve revenue goals, and never lose sight of the long-term.