Private employers added 135,000 jobs to the economy last month, leaving the total employment level 1.62 percent higher than what it was in May 2012.
One year after the disastrous Facebook IPO, the company is making strides in mobile ad revenue, but its stock price is still far below its original IPO price. Also this week: Consumer sentiment hits six-year high; retail sales rise unexpectedly; and the world has a new (old) richest person.
Now in its longest recession since World War II, Europe is the world economy's weakest link. But as it achieves financial stability, it must now focus on structural overhaul to spur innovation and worker retraining.
Facebook announced a $219 million quarterly profit. What has the social network done right?
After a very messy breakup last year, GM has announced that it will test-run ads on Facebook once again. The company broke away from the social-networking giant last May, just 10 days before Facebook's IPO.
Taxes are almost due, and the IRS tax code is full of little-known (yet legal) deductions that you could and should use. Seven pointers from a CPA.
Facebook bought Atlas, an advertising tracking and management company, from Microsoft this week for an undisclosed sum. Facebook is likely hoping to improve the precision of its own ads, and perhaps to launch an ad network to rival Google's.