For many Americans, immigration is something they'll actually need to embrace, with 85% saying an ability to work with people of different backgrounds is either extremely or very important to succeed in today's economy.
With consumer goods and construction material production on the rise, the manufacturing is finally showing signs of recovery.
U.S. workaholics not only put in more hours than workers do almost anywhere else, they’re also retiring later and taking fewer vacation days.
It isn't Donald Trump alone who's making the mining industry great again. Though, he's surely lent a hand.
An Indian textile manufacturer provided America's largest retailers with lower thread-count sheets than promised, opening up the market for "American Egyptian" cotton.
New research blames robots for slashing U.S. wages and worsening pay inequality.
General Electric Co. Chief Executive Officer Jeff Immelt sees his company benefiting if President-elect Donald Trump follows through with a plan to boost spending on public works.