Many restaurant employees don’t get turkey day off, and this year those who make their living in the sharing economy will be joining them.
The startup Buffer not only posts its compensation figures publicly, but also shares the equation for how it arrived at those numbers.
One of the biggest mergers this year has turned into a story of corporate tax avoidance.
It’s part of the industry’s business model to charge different drivers different prices. But when does that become unfair?
That is, if global progress continues at the same sluggish pace.
A marketplace known as IEX says that its platform prevents the high-frequency trading many have come to loathe.
So far, 2015 has seen a widening of the gender pay gap—the first interruption of a decades-long trend.
Its $12-billion acquisition of Starwood is a reminder of how much money consumers are spending on experiences, not things.
By adding information about about jobs and alma maters, the dating app is enabling users of similar socioeconomic backgrounds to couple up.
After a review of its 17,000 employees' salaries, Salesforce revised its payroll to make sure men and women were being paid equally for similar jobs.
The Match Group—parent company of dating brands Match, OkCupid and Tinder—has announced that it’s preparing for an initial public offering…
For people who paid several thousand dollars extra for a clean-diesel car, the company's $1,000 offering may feel meager.
“These activities underpin the economy and financial stability.”
The U.S. economy added 271,000 jobs in October—beating expectations of 180,000 by a lot.
Oscar Mayer announced on Thursday that it would be shuttering its plant and headquarters there.
That honor belongs to top-tier research universities.
Most users aren't spending money on Candy Crush, yet Activision Blizzard just bought the company that makes it for $6 billion.
Between 40 and 60 percent of ex-offenders can’t find work. Will the president’s new initiative help?