On the heels of news that medical bills are becoming less of a financial burden for Americans, a November Kaiser Family Foundation poll shows that the vast majority of Americans do not want to repeal Obamacare. Some do want to see it scaled back, however.
Decades of inaction on immigration reform mean that certain areas of the workforce will have severe labor shortages that could be helped by an influx of foreign workers. Other sectors are taking advantage of an outdated visa system.
Donald Trump has a plan that’s not aligned with those of his party and no history of government service to reference, so the future economic picture of his presidency is a cloudy one. But there are some clues.
Kellyanne Conway, campaign manager for President-elect Donald Trump, smiles as she arrives for a party at the home of Robert Mercer, one of Trump's biggest campaign donors, Saturday, in Head of the Harbor, N.Y.
A new crop of startups want to revolutionize the way people bank, save for retirement, and borrow money. But overcoming a strict regulatory environment and cautious customers to upend the traditional financial industry will be a challenge.
New Census data show that household incomes for middle- and low-wage Americans surged in 2015, along with a steep decline in the poverty rate. It raises the prospect that the economy is starting to work for everyone.
Four former employees of Hewlett Packard are accusing the company of firing older workers and replacing them with recent college graduates during layoffs that have affected 85,000 employees since 2012.