business & economy
High-tech companies say it’s difficult to find and recruit talent, because there is a dearth of qualified engineers and other technical job seekers.
Over 700 protesters from the Occupy Wall Street movement were arrested on Saturday as thousands marched across the Brooklyn Bridge in New York.
Bank of America's announcement of a $5 monthly fee for debit cards comes days before provision that limits fees to merchants for debit card transactions.
Fake companies are targeting the unemployed, and often ask for financial or personal information that hackers can use to break into a person’s bank accounts or steal an identity.
Eurozone leaders agreed back in July to expand the bailout fund for Greece to more than $500 billion -- Germany's lawmakers approved the agreement on Thursday.
China's investment in Africa is vast and growing, but in Zambia many are critical of China's approach and are concerned that they're not benefiting from investments.
As Europe searches for a way out of the current financial crisis, some are looking to China. But any deal would come with strings attached.
According to New York Times financial writer Joe Nocera, what makes or breaks an economy is credit, and the U.S. Federal Reserve needs to print more money.
The DVD-rental company Netflix has split into two companies -- a strategy possibly designed to move people away from their DVD-rental business.
Journalist chronicles how the hard-luck town of Hardwick, Vt., prospered thanks to a local organic food movement, but ironically, residents can't afford organic food prices.