Starting Salaries For The Class Of 2018There should be a lot more job openings for the college class of 2018, but starting salaries won't be much higher than last year.
Dow Tumbles 572 Points As Trade War Fears Pummel StocksStocks tumbled Friday as trade tensions between the United States and China heated up.
Dow Drops 459 Points As Amazon Tumbles, Trade War Fears RiseThe Dow closed down 459 points on Monday amid trade war fears and a presidential attack on Amazon.
Dow Jumps 600 Points As Trade War Fears CoolWall Street's trade war fears are easing — for now. The Dow jumped more than 600 points Monday after its worst week in two years.
America Gets A RaiseThe U.S. economy added 200,000 jobs in January and wages grew at the fastest pace in eight years.
General Electric Is Cutting 12,000 JobsGeneral Electric is cutting 12,000 jobs as its new CEO tries to turn the troubled company around.
Cyber Monday Could Set A Sales RecordBlack Friday was huge for online shopping, but Cyber Monday could be even bigger.
164 Million Consumers Expected To Shop Over HolidayBy mid-afternoon on the Thanksgiving holiday, the Dolphin Mall and surrounding area began to see the surge of shoppers, out in full force ahead of Black Friday.
Despite Hurricanes, Economy Has Impressive GrowthHurricanes hitting the U.S. did not stop the economy from growing. 
Fed Chair Yellen Tells Congress To Expect More Interest Rate HikesFederal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen spoke before Congress about the inflation rates since 2008.
Clinton: 'Creative Societies Are About Multiplication, Not Division'Former President Bill Clinton spoke on a range of today's trending topics as hundreds of mayors convene on Miami Beach for the U.S. Conference of Mayors 85th Annual Meeting.