Payrolls in U.S. Rise Most Since 2012, Unemployment Falls to 6.3%
The jobless rate plunged to 6.3% as companies grew confident the U.S. economy was emerging from a first-quarter slowdown.
Corporate Giving Back on Prerecession Track: Report
Aggregate corporate giving rose by 42% from 2007 to 2012, according to CECP.
Corporate Directors Cautiously Optimistic on Economic Growth
A possible collapse in the economic recovery is still at the forefront of many minds, according to the NACD.
Where to Invest When Safe Havens Crumble
“For decades we thought Treasury bonds were the safe haven, and look at what’s happened in the last two months,” a BNY Mellon researcher said.
Philanthropy by Big Companies Rose During Slow Recovery
Noncash giving in particular has surged since 2007, according to a new report from the Committee Encouraging Corporate Philanthropy.
Despite Higher Taxes, Affluent Americans Will Continue to Spend
A new study adds fuel to the fire over the impact of higher taxes on discretionary spending.
U.S. Economy Shrinks 0.1% in Q4, First Time Since 2009
The Commerce Department said the economy shrank at an annual rate of 0.1% mainly because companies restocked at a slower rate and the government slashed defense spending.
Advisors Optimistic in Late 2012; Consumers Downbeat
The two groups had opposing views in November, but the latest poll shows a divergence in the expected timeline of economic improvement
Future of DC Plans Hitched to Economy, Education: Outlook 2013
By now, the move out of DB plans into DC plans has been well-established, although the success of the plans wavers with the strength of the economy. There are also two kinds of 401(k) investors.
Consumers Get Upbeat
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