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When the first Labor Day parade was held in 1882 in New York City, the average worker put in six 10-hour days per week.
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The History of Labor Day
When the first Labor Day parade was held in 1882 in New York City, the average worker put in six 10-hour days per week. Read More
The Week Ahead: September 5 - 9, 2016
Economic reports this week include the BLS’s JOLTS report and the Fed Beige Book. Read More
Top U.S. Banks Gave $2 Bn in Deductible Bonuses in 4 Years
A study has found that financial institutions are able to write off massive rewards to their executives because of a tax code loophole. Read More
White-Collar Criminals Explain Their Motives
Convicted financial criminals like Bernie Madoff and Robert Allen Stanford describe what led them to prison. Read More
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20 Books Goldman Sachs Employees Want You to Read
Considering the fact that it’s harder to get a job at Goldman than get into Harvard, this list deserves a look.
Russia's Oil Companies Deal Better With Low Prices Than China's
Not all emerging market oil companies are coping in the same way in the currently soft oil price environment.
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Analysts Are Eyeing These 3 Technology Stocks
Investors act on relevant company news and key market shifts, buying up these three hot stocks and helping to lift share value.
Top 10 Work From Home Jobs That Actually Pay the Bills
Work from home job opportunities are abundant as of 2016.
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