To understand Detroit’s current economic downturn it is necessary to
flip the pages of the city’s history back to the 1950s, according to a
recent in-depth report by the Detroit Free Press.
Banks are betting on credit cards and
payments to help fuel revenue growth as the mortgage refi boom fades in
the rearview mirror.
News & Observer reporter Virginia Bridges asked
small-business owners how often they look at their bottom line and how it affects the business.
The percentage of small-business owners planning to hire more workers
rose last month to its highest level since 2007, according to the
Part-time employment has surged in recent months, highlighting both the tentative nature of this long, slow economic recovery.
NAACP President Ben Jealous has announced his plans to step down from his post at the 104-year old civil rights organization by year-end.
As September marks the annual exodus back to college campuses, the topic
of paying for college has been much in the news lately.
The demand for talent capable of gleaning useful info from
businesses’ increasingly diverse data set is
outpacing the supply of workers.