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January 21, 2016

Uncertain prospects for the global economy this year is clearly on the minds of U.S. business leaders surveyed in PwC's 2016 CEO Survey, released this week by the company's CEO Dennis Nally at the...

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technology, Davos, Economy
January 19, 2016

To tackle youth unemployment, students and their families need to know more about all educational opportunities, not just four-year universities and colleges, write Freeman Hrabowski, president of the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, joining Jamie Dimon, chairman and CEO of JPMorgan...

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skills, STEM, National Network, JP Morgan, Jamie Dimon
January 12, 2016

Congress and the Obama Administration ended 2015 on an up note, with bipartisan cooperation producing new laws supporting economic growth and employment. In tonight’s State of the Union...

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State of the Union, Tax Reform, Economic Growth, Jobs
January 8, 2016

The U.S. labor market closed out the year with solid job growth in December, making Q4 the best quarter for payroll growth in 2015. This month’s solid jobs numbers, 5 percent unemployment rate, and slight uptick in labor force participation may soothe concerns about a U.S. slowdown in the face...

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Jobs, Employment, labor market, Unemployment
December 22, 2015

The U.S. economy advanced at a 2.0% clip (revised) in Q3, significantly slower than the 3.9% growth in Q2, according to the Bureau of Economic Analysis' December release. Solid growth in consumer spending, business and residential investment, and government spending was partially offset by a...

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GDP, Economic Growth, Economy


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