Brazil campaigned hard to get the top job at the World Trade Organization this week but behind closed doors even it acknowledges that the WTO's main mission - pushing forward in global trade talks - looks for the moment like a lost cause.
Anglo American Platinum Ltd., the biggest producer of the metal, attempted to appease the South African government by cutting back on planned job losses at its mines to about 6,000, which is less than half what was initially proposed.
Anglo American's platinum arm, the world's largest source of the metal, could announce a restructuring plan as early as Thursday that will sharply scale backjob losses as it tries to balance out cost cuts and the threat of labor unrest.
Great news for Buffalo, N.Y. job seekers as a team of senior global team of IBM executives is in Buffalo for the next three weeks, as a pro bono consulting visit funded by the IBM Smarter Cities Challenge Grant.
U.S. employers posted fewer job openings in March compared with February and slowed overall hiring, suggesting the labor market recovery has shifted into a lower gear, government data showed on Tuesday.
On the heels of a great job market report from the Labor Department, billionaire and investor Warren Buffett says he is also optimistic that the U.S. job market will continue to improve albeit slowly.
Great news for the job market, the U.S. economy added 165,000 net new jobs last month and the unemployment rate dropped to 7.5 percent, its lowest level in more than five years, the Labor Department said in a report released Friday.
Businesses added 119,000 jobs in March, payroll processor ADP said Wednesday in a report, below economists' expectations. Job growth picked up from the prior month but remained mired in a spring slowdown.
A veteran teacher has been fired from her Ohio catholic high school teaching job after it was revealed in a brochure at her mothers funeral that she was gay and has a lifelong partner. The school cites that the relationship violates their morality code.