Cities are fighting the highest youth unemployment in decades
Unemployment is up. Productivity is up. Your real income is not.
Another month, another jobs report that shows the economy is sluggish but not in a recession.
Today's business headlines.
The U.S. employment market lost a better-than-expected 20,000 jobs in April.
Jobless claims improve, but the housing market remains weak.
House committee is moving to extend unemployment benefits.
Feds' economic figures aren't connected to reality.
Economists say the loss of 80,000 jobs confirms the economy is in "R" word territory.