Nineteen US states have decided to increase the minimum wage after years of protests by workers.
US President-elect Donald Trump has tapped his old fired, Carl Icahn, to serve as a special adviser on regulations reform.
The US announces sanctions against eight Russian companies and seven businessmen over alleged links to the Ukrainian conflict.
US President-elect Donald Trump has hired the president of the notorious Goldman Sachs to advise him on economy.
US President-elect Donald Trump has said American corporations that relocate abroad will be punished under his administration.
US President-elect Donald Trump will accelerate the world economy slowdown, Bank of England warns as the New York billionaire prepares to enter the White House.
Thousands of workers across the US are ready to partake in the first “Fight for $15”protest since Trump’s election.
The United States Treasury Department has assured Brazilian banks of financing trade with Tehran in the wake of the nuclear agreement.
Hillary Clinton’s running mate joins calls by GOP candidate Donald Trump against AT&T Inc's $85.4 billion purchase of Time Warner Inc.
The US budget deficit widened to $587 billion for the fiscal year 2016 on slower-than-expected revenues and higher spending.
The US Treasury Department says its new update on guidance for foreign companies doing business with Iran does not lead to ease of remaining sanctions on Tehran.
The US economy created lower-than-predicted jobs in September, and the unemployment rate unexpectedly rose, according to new government figures.
The largest US corporations have managed to hold trillions of dollars in profits offshore in order to pay less tax, according to a new study.
The campaign of Hillary Clinton censures GOP candidate Donald Trump over claims he rented New York office space to Iran's Bank Melli.
Germany's economy ministry believes if Trump gets elected president, he will severely damage the US economy.
US stocks rise after Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton face off in the first nationalpresidential debate.
Americans continue to cite the economy and dissatisfaction with government as the most important problems facing their country, according to new poll.
Oxford Economics if Donald Trump wins the 2016 vote, the US economy will shrink $1 trillion smaller in 2021 than expected.
American and European officials have made contradictory remarks about their negotiations over TTIP.
The US Treasury says it is ready to retaliate the European Union’s tax demands from Apple.
Donald Trump owes more than $600 million through his many businesses, a new report shows.
Barclays reaches $100 million settlement claim with over 40 US states over the Libor scandal.
The Trump Foundation should be probed by the IRS over unfairly helping his campaign in the run-up to the 2016 vote, says a watchdog group.
Brexit has raised risks to the US financial stability, the US Treasury Department says.
The British finance minister is set to meet with Wall Street's biggest investors in New York to urge them to stay with the country amid Brexit.
The US Republican-controlled Congress is set to block Boeing Co's planned sale commercial aircraft to Iran.
The United States holds more oil reserves than Saudi Arabia and Russia largely due to its shale oil, according to a new report.
The Rockefeller family has gotten engaged in a row with several US states over Exxon Mobil Corp.
The US stock market has suffered its worst drop in 10 months after British voters opted for Brexit on Thursday.
The International Monetary Fund is warning the US to tackle poverty, downgrading its forecast for the country’s economy this year.
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen says the US jobs report issued on Friday for the month of May was "concerning" and "disappointing."
US job creation in May fell to its lowest level in almost six years as manufacturing and construction employment fell sharply.
Verizon workers will resume their jobs on Wednesday after coming to terms with the company.
The US economy grew slightly faster in the first quarter of 2016 than originally thought but the overall growth was still anemic.
Hundreds of American protesters marched through pouring rain to call for higher wages and union rights at McDonald's headquarters.
A federal appeals court has reversed a lower court order that Bank of America pay a $1.27 billion penalty for fraud in 2008.
Two-thirds of Americans would have difficulty coming up with the money to cover a $1,000 emergency, according to a survey.
The majority of Americans are strikingly pessimistic about the US economy and think the economy won’t improve, according to a new poll.
A widening US wealth gap is moving more American households into either higher- or lower-income groups in major cities.
Secretary of State John Kerry says the US should not be used as an excuse by “businesses” not to work with Iran.
More layoffs are planned amid surging unemployment in the US.
Hundreds of Verizon workers walk off their jobs over wages and working conditions.
Some 40,000 Verizon Communications Inc workers go on strike over low wages and job insecurity.
Americans hold nationwide protests to demand a rise in the minimum wage.
Oxfam has slammed US corporate giants, which have hidden nearly $1.4 trillion in dozens of offshore tax havens.
The US communications giant Verizon is hit by a major strike over contract negotiations.
Two US GOP senators have introduced a bill to block Iran’s use of US dollars for trade transactions.
The Obama administration does not plan to grant Iran access to the US financial system, the State Department says.
Orders for US factories fell in February for the second straight month, the latest indications that economic growth slowed further in the first quarter.
Donald Trump says the United States is headed for a “very massive recession.”
US President Barack Obama hits back at critics of his Wall Street policies, arguing his laws “have worked.”
The US Supreme Courts upholds a ruling about Apple being part of a price-fixing conspiracy for electronic books.
The US trade deficit widened last month as exports fell to the lowest level in more than four years.
Over 50 million Americans live in economically distressed areas plagued by high unemployment, poverty and financial anxiety.
The US administration has placed a ban on goods produced under slavery.
The United States dominates global weapons sale amid an increasing arms flow.
US crude oil plunges to its nearly 13-year low after a persistent glut of oil on the world market.
Orders to US factories fell sharply in December, the US Commerce Department said on Thursday.
The US has unleashed an attack on the European Commission for ‘bias’ in tax probe of American companies.
The US economy slowed sharply in the final three months of 2015, the US Commerce Department has reported.
The US government will owe $30 trillion in national debt in ten years if the country’s budget deficit continues to grow at the same rate, a new report says.
The number of applications for weekly jobless claims in the US has reached 293,000.
The income gap in major US cities is widening because pay has plummeted for the poorest households since the Great Recession.
Foreign subsidiaries of American companies can trade with Iran following the removal of US economic sanctions on Tehran, the US Treasury Department says.
The US president has unveiled a wage insurance plan to support the jobless.
US retail giant Walmart, the world's largest company by revenue, will close hundreds of stores around the world and layoff thousands of employees.
Qatar-owned Al Jazeera America is shutting down in the US amid low ratings and internal conflicts.
US crude oil has slipped toward US$30 per barrel to a 12-year low as heavy oversupply showed no sign of easing.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average has sunk by 392 points, putting US stocks down by 5 percent in the very early goings of 2016.
US Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders calls for fundamental changes in the Wall Street.
The US seeks billions of dollars in penalties over German automaker Volkswagen’s alleged cheating on emissions tests.
As the United States marks over six years without a rise in the federal minimum wage , 14 states and several cities have decided to marginally increase their workers' wages.
US experts warn that the American economy is becoming more vulnerable.
The number of jobless claims for insurance benefits has risen to a nearly six-month high during the Christmas holiday season.
The US president has signed a $1.1 trillion government spending bill with controversial points.
The US Federal Reserve has raised interest rates for the first time in nearly a decade.
A record number of renter households in the United States are are struggling to pay for housing, according to new research.
A number of big US banks are accused of plotting to curb rivalry in the interest-rate-swaps market.
More than 500,000 people in the US are not able to afford proper housing, a government study says.
Former US congressman Dr. Ron Paul says unless the US shuts down the Federal Reserve System the world will experience a major economic crisis.
The US has a debt of $65 trillion, over three times more than what is stated, says the former US comptroller general.
The US national debt has seen an astronomical increase in only one day.
The US national debt will hit the $20 trillion mark around the time President Obama leaves office in 2017.
The US Senate has passed a 2-year budget plan aimed at averting a government shutdown.
A new report says women in America fall behind in jobs market.
A news survey shows that most Americans have less than $1,000 in their bank accounts and 1 in 5 of them has none.
Thousands of US automotive industry workers have threatened a major automaker with strikes unless they are given fair contracts.
The $1.2 trillion US student debt is sinking parents, weighed down by their own college loans, deeper into debt, says a report.
Former US presidential candidate Ron Paul says the biggest economic crash ever will hit the American economy when current bubbles burst.
Experts say America’s ‘Balkanized’ financial system will spell doom for its economy.
The number of jobs created in the US during September slowed sharply for the second straight month.