32 Lowest Paying Companies

Debate in recent years over rising income inequality and poverty in America has taken center stage in political discourse and led to a number of new labor policies in both ...
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Most Popular Emmy Winning Actors

While the Emmy Awards recognize excellence in many areas of television production, its various awards honoring actors are among the most exciting. Each year, viewers tune in to see who ...
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Fast Food Chains With the Best Breakfast Menus

The fast food industry characterizes serving periods as “dayparts.” These are generally defined as breakfast, lunch, snack, dinner, and late night. Breakfast is the only daypart that has seen ...
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Boeing Air Force Training Jet Gets an Official Name: T-7A Red Hawk

Almost exactly one year ago, The Boeing Co. (NYSE: BA) won a $9.2 billion contract to deliver 351 trainer aircraft, 46 training devices, and other ground equipment to replace the ...
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The Most Iconic Foods Every State Has Given the Rest of the US

Imagine a rich pork bone broth with sage and savory mixed with pork jowl and organ meat, thickened with cornmeal, then sliced and fried like polenta. Sound delicious? That ...
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Cities Where Poverty Is Declining, but for the Poor the Problem Is Actually Getting Worse

Since the end of the financial crisis, the United States has experienced unprecedented economic growth and reached the lowest unemployment rate in 50 years. While common indicators suggest the U.S. ...
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What to Expect When FedEx Reports on Tuesday

FedEx Corp. (NYSE: FDX) is scheduled to release its fiscal first-quarter financial results after the markets close on Tuesday. The consensus estimates are calling for $3.17 in earnings per share ...
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States With the Strongest and Weakest Unions

The share of American workers in unions fell once again in 2018, from 10.7% in 2017 to 10.5%. The decline is part of a much longer-term trend of the slow ...
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30 Largest Worker Strikes in American History

On Monday, nearly 50,000 members of the United Automobile Workers union went on strike at General Motors, demanding better pay and the reopening of several U.S. plants. If the strike ...
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See How These Companies Rank in the Diversity & Inclusion Index

More and more corporations are falling under scrutiny for in-house practices and policies in an increasingly critical culture. As a result, companies are striving to be better not just on ...
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McDonald’s Celebrates Huge Milestone in the Delivery Space

McDonald’s Corp. (NYSE: MCD), like many other restaurants, has been moving to delivery with the help of the gig economy. Unlike the other, smaller fish, this Fillet-O-Fish is delivering to ...
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10 Unbelievable Oil and Gas Movers After Saudi Drone Attack

Crude oil prices spiked by around 20% over the weekend following the drone attack on Saudi Arabia's Abqaiq crude processing plant. It could have been worse. High global crude oil ...
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Very Mixed Reactions to Saudi-Attack Oil Price Spike in Transportation Stocks

The weekend attacks on Saudi Arabia's oil production and infrastructure have created major moves in the markets. After all, Saudi Arabia has close to 10% of global production, and roughly ...
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Good News, Bad News in the War on Peanut Allergy

Aimmune Therapeutics Inc. (NASDAQ: AIMT) shares dipped on Monday after the Allergenic Products Advisory Committee (APAC) convened by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) voted to support the use ...
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Are Alder Shareholders Getting Enough in the Buyout?

Alder BioPharmaceuticals Inc. (NASDAQ: ALDR) shares skyrocketed on Monday after the firm announced that Lundbeck would acquire it. The transaction is valued at up to $1.95 billion net of cash ...
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