The Trump Administration has unveiled its proposed changes to the H-1B visa lottery, which would favor applicants with more advanced degrees and change the application process for companies seeking skilled foreign workers....Read more
Corporations are not people too. They care first and foremost about making money (not that there's anything wrong with that).
But perhaps I spoke too soon when I said recently that the notion of "corporate values" is ...Read more
MIAMI BEACH, Fla. -- To walk the aisles of DesignMiami/, a global design forum for creators, curators, collectors and critics, is to be amazed.
Want to buy a new chair? How about one made of chain link or flat slabs of ...Read more
From Beijing to London to Washington and Wall Street, suspicion is the new conviction.
Investors are wary after a brutal two months. They're skeptical of presidential pronouncements regarding the trade war with China. ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- The Trump administration arranged the arrest of Huawei Technologies Co.'s chief financial officer aware of potential blowback in trade talks with Beijing but intent on showing resolve to crack down on Chinese...Read more
Earlier this year, Facebook was reported to be collecting call data from Android users without their permission. Now, internal documents released by British lawmakers show what Facebook was thinking about when it decided ...Read more
Weeks after a former employee sued H&R Block alleging harms she suffered under its "no-poach" hiring practices, the Kansas City-based tax firm also faces a Washington state investigation into the same issue.
No-poach ...Read more
SAN DIEGO -- The founder of a fast-growing mortgage lender is launching a tech startup in San Diego, hoping to help millennials and other tech-savvy buyers find houses within their budgets.
The company, called Greendoor, ...Read more
DETROIT -- Fiat Chrysler plans to open a new assembly plant in Detroit to build SUVs, according to published reports.
Rumors have abounded for weeks about FCA's plans in the city, but company officials have declined ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- The Senate, in a party-line vote Thursday, confirmed White House aide Kathy Kraninger to head the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and experts predicted a continuation of the industry-friendly shift it ...Read more
A retiree of 64 has $1 million in her 401(k) common stock fund and expects a long lifespan. Her conundrum is deciding how much she can draw from the fund every month without worrying about running out while she is still ...Read more
It's hard to believe that anyone was taken in this summer when a handful of drug companies announced rollbacks of price increases or price freezes on some of their drugs, ostensibly in response to jawboning by President ...Read more
BEIJING -- China's sharp response to the arrest in Canada of a top executive of one of its most successful global brands, Huawei, suggests that big hurdles remain as the U.S. and China strive for a trade deal before March ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- General Motors CEO Mary Barra told members of Congress upset about impending layoffs Wednesday that while she understands that the federal government spent billions on saving the company a decade ago, she ...Read more
Google users get different results when they search for the same terms, even when logged out of their Google account and in private browsing mode, according to a study by DuckDuckGo, a Google rival based in Paoli, Pa.
In the race between the two largest ride-sharing companies to be the first to go public, Lyft has gotten off the starting line before its top rival, Uber.
On Thursday, Lyft said it had filed the introductory paperwork ...Read more
The hedge fund run by Sears chairman Edward Lampert is offering to buy much of Sears' remaining assets for about $4.6 billion with hopes of keeping the bankrupt retailer in business and continuing to employ about 50,000 of...Read more
It's decision time.
If you could only have one, which would you choose -- your job or your smartphone?
It's a toughie, right?
Your job is a drag. It keeps coming between you and the life of leisure to which you aspire...Read more
Q: When I met my new boss, I was instantly attracted to him. He didn't wear a wedding ring, but he was very businesslike, so I also behaved professionally. We started having lunch together once a week and talking only ...Read more
PARADISE, Calif. -- Northern California's recent wildfires have burned homes at a greater pace than developers are building them, deepening a housing shortage that already has left millions struggling to find affordable ...Read more
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