There's an interesting new research report from Statistics Canada profiling workers who were displaced in the recent recession and comparing the outcomes to previous recessions in earlier decades.
The super rich are different from you and me. For one thing, their tax rates are lower.
After months of modest gains, the U.S. economy lost 125,000 jobs during June. That’s the worst jobs-related news this year.
Congress returns from its April recess this week with financial reform at the top of its to-do list.
Unemployment figures in the U.S. are staggering: The official rate stands at 10.2 %, the highest in 26 years.
With the world economy now looking remarkably like Argentina's in 2001, there is a new wave of direct action among workers in rich countries.
In wildly swinging the axe as a solution to corporate woe, the downsizers are felling many trees -- but missing the forest.
The 345 layoffs come after Air Canada has commenced the use of scab “training specialists” in place of flight attendants in December.