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Amid a massive shortage of nurses, hospitals and other medical facilities are offering big hiring bonuses and other incentives to attract and retain talent.
The Trump administration says it plans to let some countries off the hook from steep tariffs on steel and aluminum. That could add to the confusion.
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Steel and aluminum tariffs may be the last thing that already-hurting General Electric needs.
Big changes are coming to the industry that powers Britain as a consequence of Brexit.
Gary Cohn didn't just speak Wall Street's language. He served as an island of calm and a voice of reason inside a White House often gripped by chaos.
The company announced Wednesday that it would move or cut 3,700 positions because of reduced demand for its A380 superjumbo and A400M troop carrier.
Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross tried to assuage concerns Wednesday about a possible trade war between the United States and its allies.
The European Union says it will respond to planned US tariffs on imports of steel and aluminum by targeting a range of American goods.
The Trump administration has launched the MyHealthEData initiative to give patients better access to their medical records.
More than 7 million UnitedHealthcare customers will receive discounts when they go to the pharmacy.
President Trump's planned tariffs on aluminum and steel may invite retaliation on an industry he's promised to revive.
The Constitution says Congress has the power to impose tariffs on imports. But in reality, the power rests with the presidency thanks to a series of laws passed over the last century.
The U.S. is winning on trade where it matters the most - in the service sector. Donald Trump doesn't seem to get that.
Get paid to get a medical test? It's part of a strategy to rein in health care spending by steering patients to the most cost-effective providers for non-emergency care.
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Tim Timken, CEO of Timken Steel, is grateful that President Trump is about to impose tariffs on imported steel.
Analysts say that uncertainty over the UK's departure from the European Union has delayed crucial investments in electric car technology while others race ahead.
In America, we like to think that everyone should have an equal shot at making a good living. But one recent study finds your chances depend a lot on the race of your parents and whether they got a diploma from a four-year college.